SRISAKET SOR RUNGVISAI VS. JUAN FRANCISCO Estrada Full Fight
(Boxing – WBC Flyweight Title Fight)
This Fight could go on to be one of the best fights of 2018 checkout results, Full Fight Videos and round by round come try Below
Sor Rungvisai (45-4-1, 40 KOs) Defeats
Juan Francisco Estrada by
majority decision (114-114, 117-111, 115-113) to retain his WBC super flyweight championship.
Statistics according CompuBox, Srisaket landed 194 of 879 (22%) punches, and 186 of 773 (24%) of his power shots, doing almost nothing with the jab at all. Estrada had a slightly better connect rate, landing 189 of 671 (28%) total punches, and 147 of 443 (33%) of his power shots.
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SRISAKET SOR RUNGVISAI
“Estrada was a very good fighter, a good, strong fighter. I love his style of boxing. It was a tough fight,” Srisaket said through a translator. He added, “I was very confident that I was winning, but more importantly, I really wanted to bring this belt back to Thailand. To Thailand it goes.”
Concerning rematch, Srisaket said, “I’ll fight anybody at 115, and I’ll fight Estrada again.”
“The people are the judge, and you can hear they saw me win. I thought I won,” Estrada said through a translator. “If the judges saw it that way, that’s what it is. I thought I won the majority of the rounds. The people saw it. No doubt (I want a rematch), or I’ll fight any other champion.”
JUAN FRANCISCO Estrada
“I felt I won the fight clearly,” Estrada said. “I boxed him all night long, and then I attacked him the last three rounds. I landed great shots at the end. I don’t know what the judges saw.”
12:06: Round 12 to Estrada (10-9, 115-113 Sor Rungvisai).
What a final round! That was the best round so far in 2018. Estrada needed a strong finish and let it all hang out. Surprised Sor Rungvisai didn’t try to stay on the outside and box. Give him credit for showing the heart of a champion and wanting to show the world the champion he currently is. We are off to the judge scorecards.
12:01 a.m.: Round 11 to Estrada (10-9, 106-103 Sor Rungvisai).
Estrada out-boxed Sor Rungvisai in the latter half of the round. Estrada needs a finish here to unseat the champion.
11:58: Round 10 to Sor Rungvisai (10-9, 97-93 Sor Rungvisai).
The round was close until the final moments when a hard left hand rattled Estrada. The challenger needs to go back what h did in the eighth round if he is going to have a shot.
11:53: Round 9 to Estrada (10-9, 87-84 Sor Rungvisai). What Estrada did in the eighth round enabled him to box and confuse Sor Rungvisai. Let’s see if Estrada continues to alter his strategy as he’s confused Sor Rungvisai.
11:50: Round 8 to Estrada (10-9, 78-74 Sor Rungvisai) Best round of the fight. Estrada kicked into the high gear and decided to throw caution to the wind. He went to the inside, throwing hard shots with both hands and making Sor Rungvisai uncomfortable.
11:46: Round 7 to Sor Rungvisai (10-9, 69-64 Sor Rungvisai).
Agree with Andre Ward. Estrada needs to stop fighting from the outside and start pressing the action as he’s starting to get outclassed.
11:42: Round 6 to Sor Rungvisai (10-9, 59-55 Sor Rungvisai).
Sor Rungvisai is fighting masterfully. He sets up the powerful left hand perfectly by pawing with the right to gauge the distance and then pounce with the left. You are starting to see a discouraged Estrada. He’s know as second-half fighter. Does he do it here?
11:38: Round 5 to Sor Rungvisai (10-9, 49-46 Sor Rungvisai).
Lot of slipping in the round for Sor Rungvisai. He won the round in the last 30 seconds won he decided to let the left and right hands go.
11:33: Round 4 to Sor Rungvisai (10-9, 39-37 Sor Rungvisai).
The champion continued what he did in round three, attacking the body which led t connecting on a series of Sor Rungvisai’s signature left hands. Estrada’s abandoned his game plan. Needs to be more active to get himself back in the fight.
11:29: Round 3 to Sor Rungvisai (10-9, 29-28 Sor Rungvisai).
Estrada had the edge halfway through the round until Sor Rungvisai decided to let loose a little bit more by starting to focus mor on the body which then lead to shots to the uppe part of the body.
11:25: Round 2 to Estrada (10-9, 19-19).
Had Sor Rungvisai winning a close round until the fina 30 seconds when Estrada turned it on with a series of combination which had the champion surprised when he walked back to his corner.
11:21: Round 1 to Sor Rungvisai (10-9).
Fight couldn’t have started better for the champion. He found a home early for the left hand and paralleled it into landing more punches and keep the pressure on Estrada. Estrada seems tense an needs to let the pro-Estrada crowd help calm him down.
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