LA Fight Club Results: Senisia Estrada Decisions Sonia Osorio
Golden Boy Promotions LA Fight Club series returned as recently signed undefeated women's prospect Seniesa "Super Bad" Estrada (12-0, 2 KOs) of East L.A. made her Golden Boy debut won a unanimous decision over Sonia Osorio (8-6-1, 1 KO) in an eight-round flyweight bout at the Belasco Theater in Downtown Los Angeles headlining the Boxeo Estelar on Estrella TV telecast.
Fighting at a fast pace Estrada and Osorio exchanged on the inside to start. Osorio came at Estrada with a wild haymaker in round two as Estrada kept her hands moving and switched up her stands. Continuing to mix it up Estrada connected with the left hook numerous times as Osorio kept coming with the right hand. The hand speed was too much for Osorio in the fourth as Estrada continued to outwork and back her up. Showboating in round five Estrada was in control as she continued to connect with the fast left hook.
Estrada came out aggressive in the sixth as she tagged Osorio with big punches but the Mexican kept coming despite getting hit. Coming out strong in the seventh Estrada let her hands go as Osorio continued to go forward despite being on the receiving end of Estrada's windmill of punches. The eighth and final round closing strong the two fought hard to the final bell as Estrada connected with the left hook and Osorio kept going forward. In the end all three judges scored the bout 80-72
Lightweight Oscar Duarte (13-0, 9 KO's) of Parral, Mexico stopped Jorge Rodriguez (10-2, 10 KOs) of Tepic, Mexico in five rounds. Off to a slow start Duarte popped the jab as Rodriguez came forward in the opening round. Duarte attacked the body in round two as Rodriguez continued to go forward despite getting tagged to the body. In round three Rodriguez complained about being hit in the back as he hit the canvas shortly after, referee Wayne Hedgepeth warned Duarte. Going to the body in round four, Duarte began to slow down Rodriguez as he stood his ground but a right hand by Duarte floored Rodriguez as he got up continuing to fight. Duarte stalked Rodriguez to begin the fifth as he stayed close inside, a left hook to the body by Duarte did it as the referee reached a ten count at 1:53.
Opening up the Boxeo Estelar on Estrella TV telecast super featherweight Jousce "Tito" Gonzalez (7-0, 7 KOs) of Glendora, California made quick work of Jose Martinez (10-12, 6 KO's) of Durango, Mexico in a scheduled six-round bout. Gonzalez rocked Martinez with a left hook backing him to the ropes as he followed up and unloaded a combination as the referee stepped in to stop the fight at 2:48 of the first.
Undefeated super lightweight contender Antonio Orozco (27-0, 17 KO's) of San Diego won a unanimous decision over Mexican veteran Martin Honorio (33-13-1, 16 KOs). Orozco boxed from the start picking his spots landing well on Honorio as he had him pinned up on the ropes in the opening round. Attacking in round three Orozco mixed it up with one-two combos and digging downstairs to Honorio's body. Despite getting outworked Honorio pressed as Orozco boxed and countered at the halfway point.
Beginning to land heavy punches in round six, Orozco continued to box patiently as Honorio stood up and responded. Keeping his distance and boxing in round seven, Orozco's foot slipped out of the ring apron as he continued to outwork the tough veteran Honorio. Orozcon closed strong as Honorio stood his ground despite getting roughed up. All three judges scored the bout 79-73.
Local undefeated prospect Edgar Valerio (13-0, 8 KO's) of South Central L.A. scored a first round stoppage over Mexico City's Giovanni Caro (26-22-4, 21 KOs) in a scheduled eight round featherweight bout. Valerio landed solidly from the start and a short left hook by Valerio in the closing seconds dropped Caro as he hit the canvas hard referee Raul Caiz Jr. gave Caro time to recover and then stopped the fight at 2:59 of the first as Caro could not continue.
In the opening bout from the Belasco Theater in downtown Los Angeles lightweights Las Vegas's Blair Cobbs (7-0-1, 5 KOs) and Phoenix's Mario Esparza (4-0-2, 1 KO) squared off as the bout was stopped in round four to due a clash of heads. Neither took a step back as Cobbs and Esparza traded up until the start of the fourth as Esparza was on the receiving end of the headbutt the bout was stopped and ruled a technical draw.
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