The fight between Seniesa Estrada and Miranda Atkins was not competitive on paper. In practice, it was a complete and total mismatch with Estrada needing less than 10 seconds to finish the fight.
When the bell rang to start the fight, Estrada sprinted across the ring and began to unload punches on Atkins, who never managed to even get out of her own corner. It took seven punches in seven seconds and the fight was all over.
Estrada is a high-level talent, having turned pro after an impressive amateur career that finished up with a 97-4 record. She was originally scheduled to face Jacky Calvo in March before the COVID-19 pandemic scratched that fight from the books and left Atkins as her less impressive opponent.
"I give her so much respect. She's the one who stepped up and took the fight," Estrada said after the brutal knockout. "I knew I had more experience than her. Once I went in there, I let my punches go and couldn't stop. She's in there to hurt me as well so I went for the knockout."
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