Seniesa “Super Bad” Estrada will defend her world titles of the World Boxing Council and the World Boxing Association of minimum weight, against the former world champion of Argentina, Leonela Yúdica, on Friday, July 28 at the Pearl Concert Theater of the Palms Casino Resort , in Las Vegas, Nevada, during a card organized by Top Rank and that will be televised by ESPN+.
Estrada (24-0, 9 KOs) has more than 12 years of professional experience and has competed at the world level in three divisions.
In 2019, he defeated United States Olympic bronze medallist Marlen Esparza to capture the WBA interim flyweight world title. Two years later, she captured the WBA Light flyweight and WBO Light Flyweight titles in fights against Anabel Ortiz and Tenkai Tsunami.
Estrada then vacated the light flyweight title to begin a drive to the undisputed light flyweight championship. She signed with Top Rank in 2022 and returned from a nearly 11-month layoff in November of the same year to beat Jazmin Gala Villarino via unanimous decision. In March, he added the WBC belt to his collection with a unanimous decision win over then-undefeated champion Tina Rupprecht.
Yúdica (19-1-3, 1 KO) made her professional debut in April 2012 and captured the IBF flyweight world title with a split decision victory against Gabriela Bouvier in December 2014.
She held the title for nearly eight years, drawing it in her first defense against Vanesa Lorena Taborda in 2015 before defending it seven times. The San Juan, Argentina fighter lost the title in a hotly contested split decision loss to Arely Muciño in October 2022 and is coming off a win over Tamara Elisabet Demarco in April.