In the heart of Las Vegas, Seniesa Estrada and Yokasta Valle locked eyes for the first time, brewing a storm that’s been on a slow simmer for way too long. This showdown on March 29 at the Desert Diamond Arena in Arizona isn’t just any fight night; it’s where the division’s top dog will be decided as these two go head-to-head in the co-main event.
Meanwhile, Oscar Valdez is set to throw down with Liam Wilson in a junior lightweight tussle that’s got everyone talking. It’s the main event that’s going to keep fans on the edge of their seats.
And guess what? This whole spectacle is going to be beamed live for all the U.S. fans on ESPN+, so no one misses out on the action.
As if that wasn’t enough to get you hooked, Emiliano Fernando Vargas is stepping back into the ring in a six-round lightweight skirmish that’s sure to set the stage on fire.
The masterminds behind this, Top Rank and No Limit Boxing, are already selling tickets like hotcakes on Ticketmaster.com. So, if you’re itching for some action, better grab yours fast!
Bob Arum is all in, claiming this lineup is the cream of the crop for the year, with a mix of skill and competitive spirit that’s bound to dazzle. Oscar De La Hoya, on the other hand, can’t stop singing praises about making this mega-event happen alongside Arum, especially with the high stakes involved for both fighters.
Estrada is all fired up, ready to claim the undisputed title that’s been on her radar since forever. She’s not just in it to win it; she’s in it to make history. Valle, cool as a cucumber, is all about snagging those belts, not bothered by the rivalry but focused on etching her name in the annals of boxing as the undisputed champ.
Valdez, feeling somewhat overshadowed by the co-main event’s hype, is determined to make a statement of his own and claw his way back to champion status, learning from past hiccups and ready to take Wilson head-on.
And let’s not forget young gun Vargas, who’s all about turning dreams into reality, promising to dazzle his fans in Arizona with another display of his burgeoning talent.