Seniesa Estrada entered the ring with her undefeated record intact on Friday night and would soon be finished a few moments later with the fastest knockout in women’s boxing history after decimating her opponent with a series of punches.
Miranda Adkins also entered the ring undefeated, but was not prepared for her opponent at all.
The result was a seven-second match between the two fighters.
After unleashing a few punches, Estrada stunned Adkins and then knocked her out.
Estrada paid respect to her opponent for taking the fight on such short notice.
“I give her so much credit and so much respect,” Estrada said via Bad Left Hook. “She stepped up and took the fight. My original opponent had a knee injury, and she accepted the fight. I had more experience than her — amateur and pro. Once I let my punches go, I couldn’t stop. It’s a fight. I knew that it was gonna be a knockout, but I didn’t know how long it would take. God bless Adkins. I pray she’s OK.”
Estrada moved to 19-0 with the win.