Seniesa Estrada Looking To Prove Her Supremacy Over Valle
Reigning unified women’s minimumweight champion Seniesa “Super Bad” Estrada (25-0, 9 KOs) has always said to anyone within shouting distance that she’s the best at 105. The Los Angeles native gets to back up her boasts once and for all against rival unified champion Yokasta Valle (30-2, 9 KOs) on March 29 at the Desert Diamond Arena in Glendale, Arizona on ESPN.
An ecstatic Estrada posted the following message about her upcoming fight:
THE BEST FIGHTING THE BEST
Estrada’s last outing was a hard-fought decision win over former flyweight Leonela Yudica in July 2023. In that contest, Super Bad suffered a hand injury. After surgery and rehab, Estrada is one hundred percent healthy and ready to get back in the ring.
It’s known throughout the boxing community that Estrada and Valle are rivals. Valle was in attendance for Estrada’s fight against Yudica. The two world champions had a heated verbal exchange, with Super Bad telling Valle that when they fight, she’s going to deliver “an ass beating”.
Whenever Estrada is on her A-game, she’s a dazzling blend of unique boxing skills, athleticism, and punching power. But Valle is a heck of a fighter in her own right. The resident of Costa Rica has a high ring IQ. She’s excellent at controlling pace and has one of the best jabs in the sport.
Can Estrada accomplish her dream of becoming an undisputed champion? How will she perform in what is the most significant fight of her career to date? We will see in one of the best matchups of the year.