“Super Bad” Estrada Donates Gloves to the International Boxing Hall of Fame”

09/20/2023 - No comments

Undefeated WBA/WBC/The Ring world champion Seniesa “Super Bad” Estrada has generously given the Everlast boxing gloves from her recent title defense to the International Boxing Hall of Fame.

Estrada successfully held onto her 105-pound belts with a unanimous decision against Argentina’s Leonela Yudica during the featured fight at The Pearl Theatre in the Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas on July 28th. This fight card was brought to life by the renowned Bob Arum’s Top Rank Inc. and was broadcast LIVE on ESPN+.

Edward Brophy, Hall of Fame Executive Director, shared, “’Super Bad’ Estrada is undeniably one of the most exciting world champions active today and holds a respectable position in pound-for-pound rankings. We’re delighted to showcase her gloves, bearing the memories of her fights, for enthusiasts to relish, as the Hall of Fame shines a light on modern-day icons.”

“Canastota stands tall as the realm of champions, and I am deeply honored that my gloves, bearing the testimony of my fights, will be showcased at the International Boxing Hall of Fame,” voiced Estrada.

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Since embarking on her professional journey in 2011, East Los Angeles’ gem Estrada boasts an unbeaten track record of 25-0, with 9 KOs. Her victory lap includes triumphant fights against the likes of Marlen Esparza, Anabel Ortiz, Tina Rupprecht, and Tenkai Tsunami.

The International Boxing Hall of Fame, a non-profit institution, threw open its doors to boxing enthusiasts in 1989 in Canastota, New York. Conveniently situated at Exit 34 of the New York State Thruway, it welcomes visitors Monday-Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on weekends from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

For a deep dive into the rich history of the Hall of Fame, you can reach out at (315) 697-7095, explore www.ibhof.com, or connect on various social platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.