Estrada defeats Asenjo

Latin Sports, a leading Hispanic Sports Promotions and Management Company today announced that its premier fighting Champion, Juan “El Gallo” Estrada, successfully defended his WBO/WBA titles on Saturday, March 28th by totally defeating Rommel Asenjo at the Poliforum Zamna in Merida, Yucatán, Mexico.

“El Gallo” showed up in prime condition and looked unstoppable Saturday night, and after just three rounds proved to be too much for the contender Rommel Asenjo, “The Little Assassin.” Asenjo, although in the same weight class, was not in the same league as the Champion Estrada, and was visibly fatigued by the second round while Estrada had hardly broken a sweat. Juan “El Gallo” Estrada inflicted a severe beating to the” Little Assassin,” closing his right eye completely. In the third round, Asenjo received a very heavy body shot knock-down from the fierce “El Gallo.” Soon after, his corner felt that their fighter was just too overwhelmed and so they threw in the towel, and the fans went wild as “El Gallo” delivered yet another successful defense of his titles.

Juan Estrada said, “I took this fight just as serious as I do all my fights, and after the first round I felt great and was able to control the action. I decided to take the fight to his body and began to work it over, that proved to be the right decision. I thank God that I was not hurt and his corner did not let their fighter get too badly injured. I am grateful to Latin Sports and Mr. Moncada for the opportunity to practice my profession.”

Mr. Carlos Moncada of Latin Sports commented, “We are very happy with Juan “El Gallo’s performance, and this was another great fight for us, especially because his titles were on the line. He out-boxed his opponent; the beauty of it is that he made it look easy. He trained very hard for this fight, and his discipline and hard work paid off. We are very proud of this fine young man, and look forward to him retaining his hard-earned titles far into the future.”

Estrada record is now 32-2 (23KOs) and he has six straight wins