Seniesa Estrada climbs a new step and hopes to close a 2022 with new challenges. 

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Seniesa Estrada climbs a new step and hopes to close a 2022 with new challenges. 
Seniesa Estrada seeks greatness against Rupprecht. Photo: Golden Boy

The World Boxing Association minimum female champion, Seniesa Estrada, who celebrated her 30th birthday a month ago, has signed a new contract with a real enthusiasm as she has shared on her social networks.

In addition to announcing that she will not be fighting this coming August 6 in Texas, United States, Estrada shared with her followers that she has signed a promising contract with Top Rank, Inc, being the second female of the company.

Super Bad was ready to face Anabel Ortiz again in a rematch fight after she snatched the WBA 105 lbs. title from the Mexican in a unanimous decision. But for the time being, both are waiting for a rescheduling. 

After that consecration against Ortiz in March 2021, Estrada defeated Tenkai Tsunami in Los Angeles in July and by December she closed the year with a shocking knockout against Maria Micheo. 

With a spectacular record of 22 wins with 9 quick knockouts, no losses and no draws, Estrada is waiting for another fight that will be a stepping stone to her desire to become undisputed champion.




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