Estrada secured a unanimous-decision win to retain her WBC and WBA minimum-weight belts.
The American’s skills and ability to switch stances overcame Yudica, who started well with her longer reach.
However, in the latter rounds, Estrada’s higher work rate was enough to take the win on the scorecards: 97-93, 97-93 and 97-93.
In the aftermath of the fight, Valle joined Estrada in the ring as the two champions came face to face.
Valle is currently the IBF and WBO champion, as both fighters have a chance to make history, as Estrada stated
“I want Yokasta Valle. I’m the best in this division. I want to prove it by beating Yokasta Valle and becoming undisputed,” Estrada
Estrada won her WBA and WBC titles over Tina Rupprecht. Meanwhile, Valle defeated Jessica Basulto Salazar in her last fight. And now that a fight could be made for all the belts, Estrada vowed to come out on top.
“She can just hand me those belts right now. When we fight, it’s going to be bad, bad for her. I’ve already faced fighters who are better than Yokasta Valle.
“It’s going to be an a** beating when I fight her. Not only am I beating her, I’m beating her trainer and I’m beating Golden Boy Promotions. Superbad all day, let’s go,” Estrada