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East L.A.’s Seniesa Estrada Headlines On Golden Boy Boxing Card

Big Chance For Local Fans To See Her In Title Fight.

Seniesa “Super Bad” Estrada strikes a pose during her 7/6 “Open To The Public” media workout just in front of the LAFC Grand Lobby area at the Banc of California Stadium. Her title bout is Friday, 7/9 versus Tenkai Tsunami. Photo: Erik Sarni,

(East Los Angeles, CA) July 7, 2021 [From The Editor’s Desk]: Boxing comes to the epicenter of the City of Angels prime-time” and sports real estate property, the Banc of California Stadium, the marvelous home to the Los Angeles Football Club (LAFC), on Friday, July 9th, when the “Pride of East L.A.”Seniesa “Super Bad” Estrada, climbs into the ring for a title fight in quest of the World Boxing Organization’s (WBO) Junior Flyweight belt. Her opponent will be Tenkai Tsunami, 36, (Japan), who possesses a current record of (28-12-1 draw) and has been a world champion in the following weight divisions, Junior Flyweight and Super Flyweight.

Seniesa “Super Bad” Estrada is shown holding up the mascot Falcon of the LAFC during pre-match festivities. She is accompanied by main event headliner, Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez, standing just behind her. Both were chosen to be the guest “Handlers” before the Club’s 6/23 match against FC Dallas.

Captured in a Salute to his fans at the Free and “Open to the Public Media Workout” was Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez, 30, 41-0-0, 6-2, 27 KOs, and a native of Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico. He headlines the main event against Miami’s Sullivan Barrera. Photo: Erik Sarni,

In addition to the Estrada vs. Tsunami co-main event, scheduled to be shown on DAZN at 5:00 pm, Southern California’s boxing fans can view the Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez vs. Sullivan Barrera main event at 9:00 pm. This bout will conclude the total (13) bout card that was programmed to start at 12:30 pm. The double main event bouts are the main attraction of the Golden Boy Promotions package. It is truly a great idea for boxing fans to either come out to watch the “Friday Night” fight card at one of the most modern sports venues in the world, or to watch it in the total comfort of their home. Who knows, this could become the new trend for boxing to become yet another “by popular demand” choice of our mad, and ever sports-loving City of the Angels. 

Champion, Seniesa “Super Bad” Estrada, shows her autographed work-out glove that was caught by one of her biggest fans who arrived at 9:00 am to witness her workout prior to Friday’s title defense. Photo: Erik Sarni,

But, let’s return to our story about Estrada, now 28 years of age and an orthodox fighter who stands 5’2″ with a 63″ reach. She had an incredible amateur record on her journey to become a pro, and has a current pro record of (20-0 with 8 KOs/12 decisions).

“Super Bad” shown during her workout session for the public and her supportive fans. The noon session was held at the Banc of California Stadium where the Golden Boy Boxing card will take place on Friday, 7/9. Photo: Erik Sarni,

(Photo Gallery Credit): Erik Sarni,

But, for our followers who may not yet have heard of her, let’s take you back to where she  learned the art of boxing and the “Sweet Science.” At the age of eight, her father, Joeintroduced Seniesa to the sport when he took her to the Hollenbeck Youth Center’s boxing facility located in the East L.A. community of Boyle Heights.

East L.A.’s Seniesa “Super Bad” Estrada is shown while she autographs one of her workout gloves that she tossed to a lucky fan after her Free Media Workout for the public. Photo: Erik Sarni,

With that, the very first seed was planted in her mind, body, and soul. Now some 20 years later, she is on the sharp rise of becoming a much sought-after contender for bigger, better, and higher paying fights now that she has been under the recent management and promotion of Oscar De La Hoya, and his Golden Boy Boxing Promotions. During her pro career, Estrada has held these three divisional titles: Mini Flyweight (aka Straw Weight), Light Flyweight and Flyweight.

In what was a sport dominated for many  generations by men, that has now ceased to be the reality. Once women’s boxing was accredited by all recognized professional world boxing entities, fighters’ careers and bout records took wing, and competitive contracts were  offered and made more appealing to many women interested in making their names known, and their marks paid attention to in today’s 21st century boxing world. In addition,with the oversight and authorization of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) that officially added women’s boxing at the 2012 London Games, the “stepping-stones to success” were identified and concretized to be a real option for hundreds to thousands of women who desired to join the professional ranks of the sport.

East L.A. Sports Scene attended Estrada’s “Media Workout” that was FREE and Open to the Public at 12 noon, on Tuesday, July 6th, and came away with outstanding photo content captured by Erik Sarni, for East L.A. Sports Scene Productions, LLC. See our photo gallery for many more pictures of the event.

To get more information about purchasing your tickets and/or subscribing to DAZN for the card, go to the Golden Boy Boxing Promotions website by clicking here.


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