By Miguel Rivera
Renowned Mexican promoter Pepe Gómez revealed to ESPN Deportes that former world champion Juan Francisco 'Gallo' Estrada will return to the ring at the Oasis Arena Cancun on November 24th against former world champion Sonny Boy Jaro, in an evening in which Zanfer Promotions will work together with Cancun Boxing.
Estrada, 28 years old and with a record of 37-3 and 25 knockouts, comes back from securing a big win in September of this year over another Mexican, Felipe 'Gallito' Orucuta.
And now Estrada has a rematch on the agenda, against WBC super flyweight world champion Srisaket Sor Rungvisai in February or March 2019. Estrada was eager to stay busy and wasn't willing to stay out of the ring for such a long amount of time.
Sor Rungivai, who won a close twelve round decision over Estrada earlier this year, was in action on October 6th when he picked up a decision win over Iran Diaz.
Sonny Boy, 36-years-old, has a professional record of 44-14-5 and 31 knockouts. In his last 11 bouts he has 10 wins and only one defeat, although he has lost to rivals like Édgar Sosa, Giovani Segura and Óscar Ibarra.
He was already the flyweight world champion, but later he fought in super flyweight, bantamweight, super bantamweight and even super featherweight.
He's been out of the ring since February, when he knocked out Dondon Navarez in two rounds. Prior to that, in May of 2017, Jaro was knocked out in eight in Jonas Sultan.