Estrada straight punches of Katie Taylor will be the difference

Seniesa “Superbad” Estrada is one of the best women’s boxers in the world. The two-division world champion also doubles her talents as a broadcaster. Over the past weekend, Estrada called the action as she preps for a fight of her own in Las Vegas, Nevada, on July 29th, with no opponent set. 

As we get close to one of the biggest fights in the history of women’s boxing, ProBox TV News asked Estrada about her thoughts on the unique fight that is the undisputed women’s lightweight world champion, taking on the undisputed women’s junior welterweight champion, Chantelle Cameron in Taylor’s first fight in Ireland as a professional.

“It's going to be a huge fight for women’s boxing,” said Estrada after she finished her broadcast duties as part of the Top Rank telecast on May 13th in Stockton, California. “It is a huge fight for Katie [Taylor] fighting in Ireland, for the first time, [which is] awesome for her, and a great atmosphere.”

The bout will serve as Taylor’s first fight major fight since defeating Amanda Serrano, as though Taylor beat Karen Carabajal, on October 29th, 2022, the world was not as plugged in it as it is now. The story of Taylor is returning home to Ireland to fight for the first time, but it also about the challenger. Cameron has been calling her out for years and actually moved up to the junior welterweight division since she felt she would never land this fight. Estrada thinks that the experience Taylor has will be the edge.

Cameron, who has picked up wins over Jessica McCaskill and Mary McGee is looking to pole vault into becoming the face of women’s boxing with a win on Saturday night. Taylor kicked the doors down for a lot of the finical barriers towards women’s boxing, and now Cameron is trying to skip the line by beating the legend, herself. Estrada sees punch volume as the difference in the bout.

“I think [Taylor] will defeat Cameron by [having] a higher punch output,” said Estrada. “And throwing those wide shots around Cameron’s straight punches down the middle.”