Seniesa Estrada recently fought against Leonela Paolo Yudica and secured a fantastic unanimous decision win. Along with the win, she was also successful in defending her WBA and WBC minimum belts. Estrada now has a professional record of 25-0 (9 Knockouts) and is excited about the future; she is crystal clear about who she wants to fight next.
It is none other than the highly talented female boxer Yokasta Valle, who currently has the IBF and WBO minimum belt under her possession. Valle last competed in March and claimed a unanimous decision win against Jessica Basulto Salazar, and it will be very interesting to see if Valle and Estrada square off in the ring before the end of 2023.
Valle is slightly ahead in terms of experience, she has a professional record of 28-2 (9 knockouts), and she is very active as a fighter frequently competing against challenging opponents.
Seniesa Estrada’s thoughts on her next fight
Seniesa Estrada reflects a little on her match against Leonela Paolo Yudica and talks about who she wants to fight next.
"I knew coming into this fight that she was a boxer who would move away from me and not come forward much," Estrada said, as quoted by espn.com. "In my preparation, I knew I had to show something different in myself." "Going into this fight, I knew she was a natural flyweight, so she is a lot bigger than me physically.
... I definitely had to use my footwork. ... I had to use my feints and movements to make sure I was close enough to land punches and not get countered. Estrada further said: "I want Yokasta Valle, I'm the best in this division.
I want to prove it by beating her. She can just hand me those belts right now because when we fight it's going to be bad for her".