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Chocolatito vs. Estrada: Start time and how to stream Roman Gonzalez vs. Juan Francisco Estrada on DAZN. We could bear witness to one of boxing’s biggest all-out wars of the year as early as this coming Saturday.

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Roman ‘Chocolatito’ Gonzalez and Juan Francisco Estrada headline a triple-header of world championship action on Saturday in what could be one of the fights of 2021 so far.

The duo face off in a super-flyweight unification bout, more than eight years after their first encounter at light-flyweight which was won by Chocolatito.

“I’ve been waiting for this fight for almost nine years,” said Estrada, the current WBC and The Ring titleholder. “I’ve been ready for the opportunity. He’s a good champ, he’s a good fighter and may the best man win.

“We waited a long time; I have three losses and I’ve already avenged two of them, but we train really hard and I’m ready for this fight.

“This is going to be better than the first one. It’s going to be a war and the people watching will be the real winners.

“Without a doubt it’s a fight that we have all been waiting for a long time. There is a lot of expectation, it’s been nine years in the making. People would always ask when we would fight again. It’s going to be exciting and I’m concentrating on giving a good fight this Saturday.”

Gonzalez, the WBA (Super) champion, said: “First of all, God bless everyone, I’m really happy, I’m blessed by God and DAZN and Mr. Honda, we’ve done a really good camp and we are ready for this fight.

“I’m very conscious it’s going to be a beautiful fight. Juan is a good champion, and we know what we have to do. We want to give a good fight for everyone to watch. 

“That’s my dream, to be champion again. I train really hard and with the help of God and with the help of my team this Saturday we are going to give a really good fight.”

Here’s everything you need to know about fight night.
Roman Gonzalez vs. Juan Francisco Estrada 2 fight date, start time
Canelo vs. Yildirim fight date, start time

Date : Saturday, March 13
Coverage : 8 p.m. ET/1 a.m. GMT
Gonzalez vs. Estrada main event (approx): 11 p.m. ET/4 a.m. GMT

The Roman Gonzalez vs. Juan Francisco Estrada 2 fight card takes place on Saturday, March 13 at 8 p.m. ET. Gonzalez and Estrada are expected to make their way to the ring at around 11 p.m. ET, although that depends on how long the earlier fights take.
Gonzalez vs. Estrada TV channel, live stream

TV / Stream : DAZN

Gonzalez vs. Estrada can be seen on DAZN everywhere except for Mexico and Latin America. If you aren’t subscribed to DAZN, you can sign up here. If you are in Argentina, Chile and Colombia you must download from the Apple App Store or Android Google Play store.
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Where is the Gonzalez vs. Estrada fight?

The event will be staged at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas. The venue will be fully compliant with the latest COVID-19 pandemic guidelines. It will be the first time Gonzalez and Estrada compete at the venue.

Roman Gonzalez record and bio

Nationality : Nicaraguian
Born : July 16, 1987
Height : 5-3
Reach : 64 inches
Total fights : 52
Record : 50-2 with 41 knockouts

Juan Francisco Estrada record and bio

Nationality: Mexican
Born: April 14, 1990
Height : 5-4
Reach : 66 inches
Total fights : 44
Record : 41-3 with 28 knockouts

Roman Gonzalez vs. Juan Francisco Estrada 2 fight card

Roman “Chocolatito” Gonzalez vs. Juan Francisco Estrada, rematch, 12 rounds, WBA/WBC junior bantamweight title unification
Jessica McCaskill vs. Cecilia Braekhus rematch for McCaskill’s WBC/IBF/WBO/WBA Women’s Welterweight Titles
Hiroto Kyoguchi vs. Axel Vega for Kyoguchi’s WBA Junior Flyweight title
Austin Williams vs. Aaron Coley; Middleweight
Otha Jones III vs. Jorge Castaneda; Lightweight
Raymond Ford vs. Aaron Perez; Featherweight​

After nearly a decade, the highly anticipated rematch between WBC and The Ring super flyweight champion Juan Francisco Estrada and WBA (Super) titleholder Roman “Chocolatito” Gonzalez in a unification showdown will take place on Saturday, March 13 at the American Airlines Center in Dallas.

The two first met back in 2012 with Chocolatito defeated the up-and-comer by unanimous decision in a light flyweight showdown. But it was in that fight that Estrada (41-3, 28 KOs) proved that he would be a force in the boxing world for years to come. Estrada would go on to win 15 of his next 16 fights, with his lone loss coming to Srisaket Sor Rungvisai, who was fresh off of back-to-back victories over Chocolatito. Estrada would avenge that loss with a sound unanimous decision victory over Sor Rungvisai to claim the WBC and The Ring super flyweight championships.

Gonzalez (50-2, 41 KOs) was once recognized as the No. 1 pound-for-pound fighter in the world after Floyd Mayweather retired from the sport. His run was relatively short-lived as he bit off more than he could chew against Sor Rungvisai and dropped a decision before being knocked out in the rematch. It was assumed that Chocolatito had been in one too many wars, and it was possible that the end of his career was near. Instead, the Nicaraguan would get back to his winning ways with four straight victories, including his impressive ninth-round stoppage of Kal Yafai to claim the WBA (Super) super flyweight title.

With Estrada now seen as the king of the division, can Chocolatito prove that he has his foe’s number in the rematch, or will Estrada send a message to the boxing world that he’s one of the best pound for pound fighters in the world today?

The co-main event finds Jessica McCaskill (9-2, 3 KOs) defending her WBC, IBF, WBO and WBA women’s welterweight titles in a rematch with Cecilia Braekhus (36-1, 9 KOs). McCaskill stunned the previously unbeaten Braekhus last August with a closely contested decision victory. McCaskill got out of the gates fast and Braekhus was forced to close the fight strong if she had any chance of coming from behind. The judges gave the fight to McCaskill but Braekhus is out to prove that she is the better woman as she plans to reclaim the titles that many believe she should have never lost. But the hard-nosed McCaskill has no plans of handing the titles over after fighting so hard to be in this position.

Here is everything you need to know about Juan Francisco Estrada vs. Roman Gonzalez 2.
Juan Francisco Estrada vs. Roman Gonzalez 2 fight date, start time