Angel Fierro vs. Eduardo Estela – Boxing Schedule

Angel Fierro and Eduardo Estela are famous lightweight boxers who take part in several competitions. In 2023, Angel Fierro plans to challenge for the world championship, but first, he must defeat the formidable Eduardo Estela. When Estela defeated Ruben Torres by a split decision in November of last year, it was his most significant victory.

Angel Fierro Record and Bio

The below table provides the details about Angel Fierro.

Nationality  Mexican
Date of Birth 7 August 1993
Height 5′ 7″
Total Fights 23
Reach 70″
Record 20-1-2 (16 KOs)


Eduardo Estela Record and Bio

All of Eduardo Estela’s information is included in the table below.

Nationality  Uruguayan
Date of Birth 16 December 1989
Foundation Style Boxing
Total Fights 15
Record 14-1 (9 KOs)


Angel Fierro Signed a Promotional Deal with Matchroom

Angel Fierro, a young Mexican talent, has agreed to a promotional contract with Matchroom. 

In March, Fierro (18-1, 14 KOs) stunned Alberto Machado, climbing off the canvas in the first and second rounds to land a vicious left hook that knocked Machado to the ground in his Puerto Rican Garden.

He was trained by Mexican legend Erik Morales, accepted the fight with only one week’s notice, kept his word to take the fight to the hometown favorite, and spectacularly turned the fight on its head to establish himself as a fighter to watch in the 135-pound division with his 14th KO victory out of 18 victories.

After Julio Cesar Martinez successfully defended his WBC World Flyweight title against Joel Cordova in Guadalajara, Eddie Hearn and DAZN teamed up with Canelo Promotions and Eddy Reynoso’s Clase y Talento to produce the first event of a new series in Mexico. 

Angel Fierro and Juan Carlos Burgos 

They both Will Box to Majority Draw on Chocolatito-Martinez Undercard. Angel Fierro’s hot streak briefly ended as Burgos held the Mexican prospect from the area to a majority draw after ten rounds. On Saturday night at Pechanga Arena in San Diego, California, Fierro had a 96-94 victory on one card that was overturned by scores of 95-95 twice. This resulted in a majority draw.

Fierro, who has become accustomed to winning by knockout, anticipated going the distance against the tough-chinned Burgos, who entered with a perfect 42-match record. He took note of the reputation and wasted no time engaging his fellow Tijuana native in the early rounds.

Fierro, who resides in San Diego but is trained by Hall of Fame former four-division champion Erik Morales in Tijuana, changed his attack and continued to advance, albeit at a slow rate.

Despite hurting Burgos late in the third round, Fierro was not given a knockdown. Burgos briefly retreated after a confrontation close to Fierro’s area before collapsing to the floor. Fierro stepped on Burgos’ right foot, instantly noticed by referee Thomas Taylor, who properly called it a slip. It wasn’t Fierro’s right hand that caused the damage.

When Fierro threw a barrage of blows towards the end of round four, Burgos found himself on the defensive. The 23-year-old up-and-coming competitor, who grew more aggressive but never threatened a stoppage or even a knockout, took advantage of it to have a successful round five.

Sixth Round

In round six, Fierro again caused the fervent crowd to roar. With Fierro landing left hooks and straight right hands upstairs, Burgos’ offense slowed, and his defense started to unravel.

In round seven, Burgos blocks a straight right from Fierro. The momentum continued into round eight, where Burgos hit from a distance with a right hand and a looping left hook. In close range, Fierro rolled and retaliated with several combinations using his left hook and right hand.

In the ninth, highly physical round, Fierro answered with a left-right combination that went straight down the middle after Burgos straightened his blows and connected with a right hand. Burgos had to protect himself against Fierro. He took a right hand but skillfully avoided a left hook and subsequent right hand before countering on the inside.

Even though Burgos was at the point of no return on one card, he recovered sufficiently in round 10 to avoid suffering his third straight loss. The seasoned trial horse is currently 34-6-3 (26KOs), winless for the fifth time in six fights, but he still presents a challenging test for up-and-coming contenders and hopefuls.

Fierro now has a record of 19-1-2 (15KOs), extending his unbeaten run to four fights. However, he ends a run of three straight stoppage victories, which included a spectacular fourth-round knockout of former 130-pound champion Alberto Machado in Salinas, Puerto Rico, last March.

DAZN Show from Mexico

Angel Fierro and Eduardo Estela, two lightweights, will be the main event of a DAZN broadcast from Culiacan, Mexico, on 4 March 2023. 

The 24-year-old Fierro (20-1-2, 16 KO) made his professional debut by shocking Alberto Machado on Ring City USA in 2021. Then, he has gone 2-0-1, beating Cristian Bielma and Jeremy Cuevas and drawing with veteran Juan Carlos Burgos for 10 rounds between wins.

A 33-year-old Uruguayan boxer, Estela (14-1, 9 KO) has won four straight fights losing to Mauricio Lara by TKO in Argentina in 2019. Of course, Lara has since advanced to the position of top featherweight contender. On the Zepeda vs. Prograis event in November, Estela defeated Ruben Torres.

Ruben Torres vs. Eduardo Estela in Carson 

They both will face each other in a boxing match on 26 November 2022 in Carson.

Ruben “Ace” Torres (19-0, 16 KOs), a lightweight star for Thompson Boxing, returns to action on 26 November as he squares off against Eduardo Estela (13-1, 9 KOs), a fighter from Montevideo, Uruguay. 

The 8-round fight between Torres and Estela occurred at Carson, California’s “The War Grounds,” a Dignity Health Sports Park facility. 

In his most recent bout, Torres knocked out Cristian Baez (18-2, 17 KOs), intending to capitalize on that success. Nine of Torres’ previous ten opponents have been defeated by him.

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