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Chocolatito vs. Estrada 2 live streaming results updates, How to Watch, fight card info

Live coverage of Roman Gonzalez vs. Juan Francisco Estrada 2, streaming exclusively on DAZN.

Roman Gonzalez (right) and Juan Francisco Estrada (left) faceoff at the weigh-ins ahead of their March 13th bout in Texas. Matchroom Boxing

Join Bloody Elbow for coverage of Saturday’s tripleheader night of championship boxing from the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas.

In the main event, Mexico’s Juan Francisco Estrada rematches Nicaragua’s Roman ‘Chocolatito’ Gonzalez in a WBC-WBA super-flyweight championship unification bout. Gonzalez beat Estrada by unanimous decision in 2012 when they were both junior flyweights.

The co-main event is an undisputed women’s welterweight title affair between Jessica McCaskill and Cecilia Braekhus. McCaskhill upset Braekhus last summer to win all four major belts at 147 lbs, and now she’s looking to really make this a passing of the torch.

Kicking off the main card is Japan’s Hiroto Kyoguchi defending his WBA junior flyweight belt versus Mexico’s Axel Aragon Vega, who will have a considerable height disadvantage at just 4’9”.

There will be an expected 5,000 (physically distanced) fans in attendance creating what will undoubtedly be a great atmosphere.

How to Watch, Start Times

Main card action on DAZN begins at 8 PM ET/5 PM PT. The main event has an estimated 11:15 PM ET/8:15 PM PT start time. DAZN is the only way to watch this event legally, and the streaming service is available around the world. Just check your local settings for monthly subscription costs.

Here’s the full lineup. We will have results, and highlights for the main card:

Fight Card

  • Juan Francisco Estrada def. Roman ‘Chocolatito’ Gonzalez by split decision (113-115, 117-111, 115-113), super flyweights, 12 rounds, for Estrada’s WBC and Gonzalez’s WBA titles
  • Jessica McCaskill def. Cecilia Braekhus by unanimous decision (100-89, 99-90, 98-91), rematch, welterweights, 10 rounds, for McCaskill’s WBC, WBA, IBF, and WBO titles
  • Hiroto Kyoguchi def. Axel Aragon Vega by TKO at 1:32 of round 5 (Vega injured hand), junior flyweights, 12 rounds, for Kyoguchi’s WBA title

Undercard

  • Souleymane Cissokho def. Daniel Echevarria by TKO at 1:29 of round 6
  • Raymond Ford vs Aaron Perez ends in split draw (74-78, 77-75, 76-76) featherweights, 8 rounds
  • Austin Williams def. Denis Douglin by unanimous decision (79-73, 79-73, 77-75) middleweights, 8 rounds