Sor Rungvisai vs. Estrada! Potential 2018 Fight of the Year?

February 24, 2018, can very well be the mark of 2018’s Fight of the Year! The Forum in Inglewood, California will pit two of the best junior bantamweights in the sport. WBC junior bantamweight Champ Srisaket Sor Rungvisai will be making the second defense of his crown against the relentless ‘El Gallo’ Juan Francisco Estrada.

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In 2017, Sor Rungvisai got the attention of the boxing world by ending the reign of Pound 4 Pound King Roman ‘Chocolatito’ Gonzalez, (A lot of boxing experts had Chocolatito #1 on their Pound 4 Pound List.) Now Sor Rungvisai is looking to make Pound 4 Pound steps of his own if he can get past the dangerous Juan Francisco Estrada.  Sor Rungvisai’s boxer-puncher style, mixed in with Estrada unbelievable aggressive style may very well be the recipe for 2018’s Fight of the Year.

For sure, this fight will be a 2018 Fight of the Year Candidate at best. Boxing World, you do not want to miss Sor Rungvisai vs. Estrada come Saturday, February 24 live on HBO!  So, who you got Boxing World? Srisaket Sor Rungvisai or Juan Francisco Estrada? Leave a comment at the bottom of this post as to which fighter you think is going to win this WBC junior bantamweight championship fight.

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  1. ernie romo

    Watching rungvisai vs Estrada, it appeared most of the heavy punches were landed by Estrada. I couldn’t see where the thai fighter had any advantage. The same with arroyo/cuadras. Puertoricans will differ but Mexican fighters are always very aggressive. Can you think of any Puerto rican that would ko canelo alvarez?


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