Youngest Boxing World Champion Crowned With Brilliant Knockout

Photo: Instagram/Jesse ‘Bam’ Rodriguez

Jesse ‘Bam’ Rodriguez became the youngest world champion in boxing with a stunning knockout of Juan Estrada on Saturday night. 

The 24-year-old, who had previously held titles at flyweight and super-flyweight, returned to the 115-pound division to secure his biggest win yet.

The fight started fast, with Rodriguez quickly catching the veteran champion's attention. Estrada responded well in the second round, matching Rodriguez's pace. 

Photo: Instagram/Jesse ‘Bam’ Rodriguez

However, in the third round, Rodriguez landed a strong blow that hurt Estrada. Despite recovering, Estrada struggled to keep up with Rodriguez's relentless attacks.

In the fourth round, Rodriguez knocked Estrada down with a powerful uppercut followed by a left hand. Estrada got back up, but Rodriguez continued to dominate. In the seventh round, Rodriguez delivered a perfectly placed body shot that sent Estrada crashing to the canvas, unable to beat the count.


After the fight, Estrada announced his intention to activate a rematch clause. Rodriguez, now with a 20-0 record, celebrated his victory and looked forward to future challenges. Promoter Eddie Hearn praised Rodriguez, calling him a "pound-for-pound star" and predicting a bright future for the young champion.

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Source: Talk Sports 

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