Estrada vs Chocolatito 3 Start Times, Running Order, Fight Card And Main Event Ring Walks

Estrada vs Chocolatito 3 Marks The End Of A Legendary Modern-Day Rivalry

Juan Francisco Estrada (43-3 28 KOs) and Roman ‘Chocolatito’ Gonzalez (51-3 41 KOs) meet in an epic trilogy clash at the Desert Diamond Arena in Glendale, Arizona this Saturday, December 3, live on DAZN worldwide. The Promoters, Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom Boxing, are expecting an impressive crowd of around 9,000 people in the arena which is remarkable considering the weight class of these fighters.

Estrada and Chocolatito will finally go toe-to-toe for the third time in their storied careers, with their last meeting in March 2021 a fight-of-the-year contender that Estrada controversially edged via split decision in Dallas. That victory levelled the score between the pair after Chocolatito won their first battle back in November 2012, and now they will lock horns once again for their third mouth-watering battle a decade on from the first. 

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Estrada vs Chocolatito 3 Undercard

Julio Cesar Martinez (18-2 14 KOs) will put his WBC World Flyweight title on the line against unbeaten Spaniard Samuel Carmona (8-0, 4 KOs) in the co-feature. Carmona has only had 8 professional bouts but laced up the gloves over 200 times in the unpaid ranks and had a successful stint in the WSB.

Martinez and Carmona share a common opponent in Joel Cordova who was stopped in six by the Mexican but took Carmona ten highly-competitive rounds and almost handed him his first career defeat. Carmona stepped in as a late replacement after the withdrawal of McWilliams Arroyo.

Should Martinez win, the plan according to trainer Eddy Reynoso and promoter Hearn is to go into unification bouts in 2023 which could include Britain’s Sunny Edwards, promotional stable mate Bam Rodriguez, should he win the WBO next, and Ukraine’s Artem Dalakian.

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Mexico’s Joselito Velazquez and Nicaragua’s Cristofer Rosales clash over ten rounds. Velazquez (15-0-1 10 KOs) steps back through the ropes for the first time since landing a sixth-round stoppage win over Jose Soto in Las Vegas on the undercard of Canelo Alvarez vs. Dmitry Bivol, and ‘El Huracan’, ranked #4 with the IBF and #13 with the WBC will be gunning for an impressive win over the former World champion to enter the World title picture in 2023.
 
Rosales (34-6 21 KOs) has his own designs on recapturing a World strap as he targets a third straight win to add further momentum to his drive to become a two-time World ruler. The 28-year-old held the WBC crown in 2018 and faced Julio Cesar Martinez for the vacant belt in Phoenix in 2019, and will be aiming to notch the first win of the night for Nicaraguan boxing, before Chocolatito in the main event.

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Remainder of the Estrada Chocolatito 3 Undercard

Ammo Williams (12-0, 9 KOs) vs Simon Madsen (13-0, 10 KOs) – 10 Round Middleweight

Diego Pacheco (16-0) vs Adrian Luna (24-8-2) – 10 Rounds Super Middleweight

Beatriz Ferreira (1-0) vs Carisse Brown (7-2, 4 KOs) 6 Rounds Super Featherweight

Marc Castro (8-0, 6 KOs) vs Maickol Lopez Villagrana (16-3, 8 KOs) – 8 Rounds Super Featherweight

Anthony Herrera (3-0-1, 2 KOs) vs Christian Sullivan (8-0, 5 KOs) – 6 Rounds Super Flyweight

Estrada vs Chocolatito 3 Start Times, TV Channel, Main Event Ring Walks

Estrada vs Chocolatito 3 will be live on sports streaming service DAZN around the world. DAZN is available to subscribe to for £7.99.

The preliminary action, shown on the Matchroom and DAZN YouTube channels, is scheduled to begin at 10:10 pm BST (5:10 pm ET, 2:10 pm PT). The main card action starts at 1:00 am BST (8 pm ET, 5 am PT).

Estrada Chocolatito 3 main event ring walks are expected at approximately 4:00 am BST (11:00 pm ET, 8:00 pm PT).

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Estrada vs Chocolatito 3 Running Order, Weights

First bell – 3.10pm MST 
 
LIVE ON BEFORE THE BELL
 
4 x 2 mins Super-Featherweight contest
 
Beatriz Ferreira 129.5lbs      vs.     Carisse Brown 129.3lbs
Salvador, Bahia, Brazil  Lakeland, Florida
 
Followed by
 
6 x 3 mins Featherweight contest
 
Anthony Herrera 119.6lbs    vs.     Christian Sullivan 119.7lbs
Los Angeles, California          Casa Grande, Arizona
 
Followed by
 
8 x 3 mins Lightweight contest
 
Marc Castro 133.6lbs  vs.     Maickol Lopez 132lbs
Fresno, California         Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico
 
Followed by
 
10 x 3 mins Middleweight contest
 
Austin Williams 162.1lbs      vs.     Simon Madsen 160.6lbs
Houston, Texas   Cancun, Mexico
 
LIVE ON DAZN FROM 6PM MST
 
10 x 3 mins Flyweight contest
 
Joselito Velazquez 112.3lbs  vs.     Cristofer Rosales 112.6lbs
Oaxaca, Mexico            Managua, Nicaragua
 
Followed by
 
10 x 3 mins WBC USNBC Silver Super-Middleweight title
 
Diego Pacheco    167.4lbs    vs.     Adrian Luna 168lbs
Los Angeles, California Ciudad Nezahualcoyotl, México
 
Followed by
 
12 x 3 mins WBC World Flyweight title
 
Julio Cesar Martinez 111lbs vs.     Samuel Carmona 111.4lbs
Mexico City, Mexico     Las Palmas, Spain
 
Followed by
 
12 x 3 mins WBC and Ring Magazine Super-Flyweight titles 
 
Juan Francisco Estrada 115lbs vs. Roman Gonzalez 114.7lbs
Hermosillo, Mexico               Managua, Nicaragua

By Darshan Desai

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