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Rungvisai wins a majority decision, 117-111, 115-113 and 114-114

Wisaksil Wangek vs Juan Estrada Live Streaming Fight Update, Fight Results,and Fight Replay. Superfly 2 – is heading its way and will take place at the Forum in Inglewood, California, USA on Saturday, February 24, 2018. The main event- Superfly 2, will be featuring two former WBC Super flyweight champions Wisaksil Wangek and Juan Francisco for the World Super Flyweight Title.

Match: Wangek vs. Estrada.
Date: February 24, 2018
Titles: WBC Super Flyweight.
Place: Forum
Location: Inglewood, CA
Network: HBO.
Time: 10pm EST.
Commission: CA State
Promoters: Zanfer

2018-02-24 : Wisaksil Wangek 114¾ lbs is scheduled to box Juan Francisco Estrada 115 lbs over 12
Location: Forum, Inglewood, California, USA
Referee: Jack Reiss
Judge: Cathy Leonard
Judge: Dave Moretti
Judge: Steve Morrow
Promoter: Fernando Beltran (Promociones Zanfer)
Aired On: HBO
WBC World super flyweight title (2nd defence by Wangek)

Full Fight Card:

Saturday 24, February 2018
Forum, Inglewood, California, USA
commission California State Athletic Commission
promoter Fernando Beltran (Promociones Zanfer), Tom Loeffler (360/K2 Promotions)
doctor Blair Kranson, Kelly Tucker, Paul Wallace
inspector Mark Relyea
television Panama Cable Onda Sports, USA HBO, Latin America: Canal Space
division boxer w-l-d
last 6
opponent w-l-d
last 6
super flyweight Wisaksil Wangek 44 4 1 S Juan Francisco Estrada 36 2 0

WBC World Super Flyweight Title
flyweight Donnie Nietes 40 1 4 S Juan Carlos Reveco 39 3 0

IBF World Flyweight Title
flyweight Brian Viloria 38 5 0 S Artem Dalakian 15 0 0

vacant WBA World Flyweight Title
super flyweight Carlos Cuadras 36 2 1 S McWilliams Arroyo 16 3 0

vacant WBC Silver Super Flyweight Title
lightweight Pedro Duran 16 0 2 S Enrique Tinoco 16 5 3

super featherweight Mario Ramos 3 0 0 W Oscar Eduardo Quezada 7 5 0

light flyweight Louisa Hawton 7 0 0 L Anahi Torres 16 17 1

vacant WBC International Female Light Flyweight Title

Estrada (4/5-FAV) looked terrific last time against Cuadras, however, like Choco he has moved up to this weight whereas Wang (5/4) has basically always been it, which I think is a big advantage for Wang, his strength at this weight really is his strength.

This is like Pac-Marquez. Relentless power-pressure vs counterbox-punching skill? I remember after superfly 1 I wrote that Wang will blow through Estrada, i'm not sure why I was so confident on the night (don't really feel like that now) but i'll trust my instincts from that night.

38 of Wang's 40 stoppages have come in 6 rounds or less (the other two inside 9), 3 of his 4 losses came in his first 5 bouts, with the only other loss the unfortunate premature Cuadras injury.

Estrada moving up to this weight and being the naturally smaller man, Estrada had that bout of inactivity following injury and looked rusty on the comeback. The Cuadras fight seemed to shake most of that off tho. I just think Estrada will be too polished and will pick Wangek apart. Estrada can bang or box. He has great punch selection, using that Mexican left to the body to open up targets up top.

If Wangek blows through Estrada, there's no way anyone could deny him from the top 10 P4P.

I'm sticking with Estrada on points.

It's so awesome that they're already talking SuperFly 3 for alter this year. Kal Yafai and Daigo Higa are both going to be ringside, both would be great additions to match against the winners of some of this weekends fights.

What's next for the two?

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