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Estrada's Manager Hopes Figueroa Odds Get Crumbled

After breezing through all of the medical tests in California, number one WBC lightweight title contender, Daniel "Tremendo" Estrada, is artfully applying some light finishing touches to his carefully crafted preparations, meticulously supervised by his manager Carlos Rosales.

The evolution of a lean, mean fighting machine, is ready and waiting to take part in the fight of his life on Saturday night at the StubHub Center in Carson, California.

Southpaw Texan Omar Figueroa, who's the WBC's lightweight champion, is making the second defense of his title in what's eagerly expected to be a great fight.

"I see [Estrada being] very mentally strong. He's also fit and very fast. I hope that Daniel uses all his experience and all of his heart to bring the crown back to Mexico," commented Rosales, adding: 

"We know that Daniel is not the favorite. And that is another powerful incentive to win the crown against the odds."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Tyler_Durden on 08-14-2014

I expect this to be a great fight and even though I think Estrada will win I wish both fighters the best and hope that Figueroa's hands are 100% and that neither fighter has any physical issues so that who…

Comment by nycsmooth on 08-14-2014

Estrasa will come out & force the fight. He's a big LW & I feel his power , which I've seen live, is unrecognize & not repected by Figueroa. He'll c...Estrada by late round tko...This could b the fight of…

Comment by djt117 on 08-13-2014

Omar seems like a nice kid outside the ring, but taking my emotions out of it, he may be one of the weakest champions in boxing (though he is young and could improve). Jerry Belmontes (who just lost to Abner…

Comment by LouIE G on 08-13-2014

And omar acknowledges the fact that his hands might be a problem which may lead to omar trying to pick his shots and fight smart, but if estrada pushes the action i know figueroa will oblige cuz he has alot…

Comment by LouIE G on 08-13-2014

This guy gots a good shot ,but omar has the experiance when it comes to fighting under the spotlight..and i can see estrada crumbling to the ground from a big shot from omar. I dont think estrada recent competition is…

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