Seven seconds of cruelty! Incredible knockout by Seniesa Estrada leaves opponent Miranda Adkins cold on the canvas after seven strokes in just seven seconds
- Seniesa Estrada achieved an incredible seven-second KO on Miranda Adkins
- The American quickly stepped out of the corner and performed a triple combo
- After rattling Adkins, Estrada unleashed four more powerful rapid-fire attacks
- Defeated Adkins is left cold on the canvas in incredible knockout images
Not many boxers can claim to knock out a seven-punch opponent in seven seconds, but Seniesa Estrada became one of the few after a devastating first round against Miranda Adkins.
Estrada entered the ring with a perfect 18-0 record and took the job done against 42-year-old Adkins in no time.
The American quickly stepped out of her corner on the bell and took a dominant stance on her opponent before releasing a three-punch combo that rocked Adkins.
Seniesa Estrada delivered a relentless seven-second knockout over opponent Miranda Adkins
Estrada performed a three-stroke and four-stroke combination to leave Adkins cold on the canvas
Estrada then unleashed another four fires with rapid fires when Adkins failed to mount a guard and crashed onto the canvas.
After taking Estrada’s deluge of punches, Adkins explained coldly as a commentator shouted, “It was lame to lion, it’s over in one of the fastest knockouts in women’s boxing history.”
Boxing journalist Dan Rafael quickly took to Twitter after the knockout when he wrote, “I’ve seen mismatches, but women’s fight was literally as bad as it gets. Estrada brutally murdered that poor woman in seven seconds. ‘
Estrada, who is currently interim WBA flyweight champion and WBC silver flying champion junior, wants to maintain her perfect track record and make history as one of the greatest female fighters ever.
Estrada, interim WBA flyweight champion, wants to become one of the greatest fighters ever
After her cruelty of seven seconds, she said to DAZN, “I want 105, 108 and 112 pound world titles.
“I’m just a few fights away from that conversation as one of the best British women in the sport.
“I just have to keep winning and get world titles. World title battles are all I think about. I don’t want fights unless they’re for a championship. ‘