Like many, California State Athletic Fee govt officer Andy Foster didn’t take pleasure in Seniesa Estrada’s most up-to-date win.

The WBC Silver gentle flyweight champion scored the quickest knockout in girls’s boxing historical past final Friday, placing away Miranda Adkins seven seconds into their title bout in Indio, Calif. The combat streamed stay on DAZN.

The video of the short, vicious knockout went viral on-line and had many questioning the making of the competition, because it was a transparent mismatch between a younger world-class fighter and an older inexperienced lady.

Estrada is 28 years outdated and 19-Zero her skilled boxing profession. She’s additionally a two-time junior Olympic nationwide champion and U.S. champion.

In the meantime, Adkins is a 42-year-old who didn’t take up boxing till a number of years in the past and had a report of 5-Zero coming into the combat.

“If I needed to do it over once more, I wouldn’t have authorized that combat,” Foster informed The Ring. “I’ve by no means denied a (WBC title combat).

“I definitely didn’t suppose (Adkins) was going to win the combat. However I believed it will go longer than seven seconds.”

Foster mentioned he’s taking the state of affairs as a lesson and welcomes the unfavourable suggestions. In the end, although, he leaves the state of affairs sad that his fee sanctioned the competition.

“On paper, hindsight is 20-20 for everyone,” Foster mentioned. “Now that we all know the end result, I feel it’s truthful to criticize me for approving that as a result of I’m vital of myself. I kinda blew this one.”