An undefeated American destroyed her opponent with a seven-second knockout, and critics were surprised by the apparent mismatch.
Seniesa Estrada, a 28-year-old light fly from California, advanced her record to 19 wins (eight knockouts) on Friday when she erased her opponent Miranda Adkins.
Estrada took care of business so fast that the clock had just appeared on the television screen when she hit her opponent on the canvas.
Adkins didn’t even fire a single shot, instead absorbing two combinations of three hits.
Shocked at the end of the left hook in the first flurry of punches, Adkins fell to the ground, stunned and defeated, by another sequence that included a body shot followed by repeated blows to the head.
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Critics called it a bad match, knocking someone out in seven seconds, even before that person has thrown a punch, can make victory seem like an unstoppable steamroller, but the reality is that it’s a dangerous fight for the loser.