The fastest knockout in the history of women boxing

11:17:00 AM Tkd kwan 13 Comments



 Seniesa Estrada made history in female boxing, after recording the fastest knockout in the history of female boxing. This fight was between Seniesa Estrada aged 28 years old and Miranda Adkins who 42 years old. Seniesa Estrada performed seven punches towards Miranda's head and body in a very short time of seven seconds. This makes Seniesa a holder of the fastest knock out in all history of female boxing, but the fastest knockout in both male and female divisions was recorded by the male boxer Mike Collins when he knocked out Pat Brownson in four seconds only in 1947.

Seniesa Estrada is a very impressive female boxer, He has a record of 19 fights, she won all of them and eight by a knockout. Wow!! This is so impressive to lose no fight in nine years. She was born June 26, 1992, and  originally Mexican, and it seems that Mexicans have the genetics of fighters. She started boxing at the age of eight, and she did her first professional fight at the age of nineteen (May 13, 2011) and won against the American Maria Ruis. Nine years of a good experience was enough to reach this great level.

When the fight started, Miranda did not have really time to analyse Seniesa boxing style, and she received three punches, then four more punches that knocked her out. There are few facts that we should not ignore in this fight, including the first factor which is the age difference between the two boxers, knowing that Miranda turned 43 years old after four days from the fight, which is fifteen years of difference, that is too much honestly.

This fight should not have happened for some real reasons.

The first thing is that the 42 years old Adkins started boxing at the age of 39 years old, which mean that she has three years of experience in boxing, and she only had 5 fights, and all those fights were against opponents who had less experience than her, and four of those fighters were making their pro debuts.

While her opponent Seniesa Estrada had her first pro fight in May 13, 2011, and before meeting Adkins, Estrada did 18 pro fights and won 5 of them by technical knockout.

The experience in boxing or some other sports or martial arts can decrease the effect of the age on athletes, unfortunately Mirana did not have enough pro experience which made things go worst for her.

Feel fell us what do you think about this fight :)

                                  


     https://youtu.be/OKEdGAdO2J0


13 comments:

  1. I think she is not in good condition. I hope she's fine.

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  3. How can you get that woman on the ring ? It looks like she has never boxed before

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  4. Lacked of conditioning,Lopsided match!

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  5. She needs to fight Katie Taylor

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  6. Both weak...shes not that tough miranda not punching and look like a old retire school teacher..estrada is weak, give him to a flyweight man... she will sleep 2 days with my left hand..and a tamaraw punch

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  7. never should of been allowed in the ring. i hope she's ok

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  8. Ones ready to fight the older one needs a nap

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  9. Funny what the Commentator said how anyone would look against a professional fighter i would do the same thing that fighter did put my hands
    Up away from my face and get hit with combination lights out

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  10. Looks like a set up match

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