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 Last update:  7/18/2013       Read more by Ronnie Nathanielsz         
   
Team Melindo: Estrada is Tough, But We Are Tougher
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by Ronnie Nathanielsz

Undefeated Milan Melindo, the mandatory challenger for the WBO flyweight title of Mexico’s Juan Franciscio Estrada is prepared for war against the champion who won the WBO/WBA titles with an impressive win over Brian Viloria last April 6 in Macau.

Melindo will face Estrada at the same Cotai Arena in the Venetian Resort Hotel and Casino but isn’t fazed by the challenge.

ALA Promotions premier trainer Edito “Ala” Villamor told BoxingScene.com/Manila Standard they would leave for Macau on Sunday “to wind down training, adjust to the climate and environment and get ready for war.”

Villamor said Melindo is in “great condition and mentally prepared” like he always is.
Melindo who scored a smashing 4th round TKO over Indonesian toughie Tommy Seran (23-1, 14 KO’s)  on the undercard of the Estrada-Viloria title fight , impressed Top Rank promoter Bob Arum with his showing to earn the title shot on a blockbuster card that will be telecast on July 24 at 10:15 a.m. over ABS-CBN Channel 2 with a replay on Studio 23 and coverage over The Filipino Channel worldwide.

Villamor said Melindo had watched the Estrada-Viloria fight live in Macau and also reviewed some of his fight tapes. He said they saw some flaws and would capitalize on them on fight night.

However, Villamor conceded that “Estrada is fast and this will be a hard fight. But if he’s tough, we are tougher.”

The 23 year old Mexican champion has a record of 24-2 with 18 knockouts while the 25 year old Melindo, regarded as a technically efficient boxer sports a record of 29-0 with 12 knockouts.

Tags: Milan Melindo , Juan Francisco Estrada


 

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comment by puga, on 07-18-2013
really , coz i question melindo's toughness more than anything ..he's been cut and hestiantant in his one fight .. estrada is a beast, he minds me of jmm with the stance having his lead hand parallel to his face going up and down. good fighter inside and out...

comment by Russian Crushin, on 07-18-2013
[QUOTE=SceneSpectator!]Estrada is tough but I think Milan will take him on the night of July 27 basing this on their records. Estrada fought some good fighters just like Roman Gonzales but he put Estrada to where he should belong. Juan Carlos Sanchez with mediocre record of 11-1-1 did not give hi...

comment by Snake..., on 07-18-2013
[QUOTE=SceneSpectator!]Estrada is tough but I think Milan will take him on the night of July 27 basing this on their records. Estrada fought some good fighters just like Roman Gonzales but he put Estrada to where he should belong. Juan Carlos Sanchez with mediocre record of 11-1-1 did not give hi...

comment by Rockdrigokstro, on 07-18-2013
[QUOTE=SceneSpectator!]Estrada is tough but I think Milan will take him on the night of July 27 basing this on their records. Estrada fought some good fighters just like Roman Gonzales but he put Estrada to where he should belong. Juan Carlos Sanchez with mediocre record of 11-1-1 did not give hi...

comment by HeroBando, on 07-18-2013
[QUOTE=brick wall]estrada was impressive against viloria...he looked like a different fighter than the estrada who fought gonzales. maybe he was affected by the lower weight against gonzales because he didn't look as strong and fast.[/QUOTE] IMO he looked great vs Gonzalez, it could have g...

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