Boxing tonight: Estrada versus Chocolatito 2 fight schedules, live streams, and more


Boxing tonight: Estrada versus Chocolatito 2 fight schedules, live streams, and more

Tonight is boxing night, and Express Sport has everything you need to know ahead of a thrilling night of action.

In Dallas, Texas, Juan Francisco Estrada and Roman ‘Chocolatito’ Gonzalez will fight tonight in a potential fight of the year contender. The long-awaited rematch, which has been in great demand since their initial encounter in 2012, is the highlight of yet another fantastic card put on by Eddie Hearn and Matchroom Boxing.

Chocolatito was declared the winner by a unanimous vote that night, but a lot has changed since then as they prepare to fight again.

Estrada will defend his WBC and Ring Magazine super-flyweight belts, while Gonzalez will fight for the WBA (Super) title.

Srisaket Sor Rungvisai, who has fought both boxers twice and only lost to Estrada, appears to be in line for another classic.

Following their encounter in Tulsa last August, Jessica McCaskill and Cecilia Braekhus collide once more in the chief support.

The Norwegian is now trying to avenge her sole career loss, a majority decision, in what promises to be an exciting fight.

Eddie Reynoso’s Japanese prospect Hiroto Kyoguchi makes his American debut on the undercard.

Canelo Alvarez, Andy Ruiz Jr, and Ryan Garcia are now part of the same stable as the 14-0 WBA super world light flyweight champion.

In other news, David Benavidez is in action, taking on Ronald Ellis.

Here are the essential details you’ll need for tonight…

WBA/WBC super flyweight world title fight between Roman ‘Chocolatito’ Gonzalez and Juan Francisco Estrada

WBC/IBF/WBO/WBA women’s welterweight world title fight between Jessica McCaskill and Cecilia Braekhus

WBA Junior Flyweight World Champion Hiroto Kyoguchi vs. Axel Vega

Aaron Coley vs. Austin Williams – Middleweight

Jorge Castaneda vs. Otha Jones III — Lightweight

Featherweight fight between Raymond Ford and Aaron Perez

Ronald Ellis vs. David Benavidez – supermiddleweight

Unless you live in Mexico or Latin America, boxing fans around the world will be able to watch the bout on DAZN.

The coverage begins at 1 a.m. in the United Kingdom, with the main event set to begin around 4 a.m.

The streaming service can be accessed via the web via an app.


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