Juan Estrada in Top Shape for Cuadras Rematch
El Gallo’s exhaustive concentration in Jiquipilco, State of Mexico, has made great profits for boxers who are fully complying with their work programs. The case of Juan Francisco "Gallo" Estrada is special and significant, 24 days after he enters the ring to defend his WBC super flyweight World Championship, as part of an extraordinary performance in which three world championships will be played.
Estrada (40-3-0, 27 ko's) will defend his title for the second time, against the Mexican Carlos "Príncipe" Cuadras (39-3-1, 27 ko's) on Friday, October 23 at tv studios Azteca Mexico City, in a spectacular performance in which also, Román "Chocolatito" González (49-2-0, 41 ko's) will risk his World Championship WBA Superfly against Mexico's Israel "Jiga" González (25-3-0, 11 ko's) and in another duel among Mexicans , Julio César "Rey" Martínez (16-1-0, 12 ko's) will risk for the second time his WBC flyweight title, against Maximino "Max" Flores (25-4-2, 17 ko's).
The boxing evening, which is a co-promotion of Zanfer Promotions and Matchroom boxing, will be held behind closed doors with the prevention and health protocols of the health authorities of the Mexican capital and the World Boxing Council and will be in a broadcast in Azteca 7, La Casa de Boxing and streaming DAZN.
In the State of Mexico, Estrada, together with his team of work and other boxers from the same gym, has worked double session, with fitness in the morning and technical work, aerobics and anaerobic in the afternoon, fulfilling rounds of appliances, shade, mittens and sparring.
"Gallo" has responded excellently to workloads. Apart from the development of an impressive physique and the issue of weight will not be a factor that concerns, its measurements of speed, endurance and recovery, as well as has looked over the ring, in terms of speed and power, glimpse that will show you one of its best versions.
Commitment deserves it. In September 2017, Estrada and Cuadras clashed in Carson, and starred in an exciting, competitive fight, exchanging punches from start to finish.
The "Gallo" a unanimous decision, but by one point on all three cards (114-113), that is, each won six rounds, but a fall in the tenth round, only that was scored 10-8, was the difference.
With this concentration in the State of Mexico, Team Caballero not only aims to maximize his physical ability, condition, endurance and recovery to the world champion, but to inhabit him at the height of Mexico City, where the fight will be.
Estrada has more than a year without a fight, since August 2019, when he knocked out Dewayne Beamon in nine rounds in Hermosillo. Cuadras will also enter the ring with more than a year of inactivity, as in his most recent match, in September 2019, he outpointed José María Cárdenas, in Las Vegas by majority decision.