Boxing continues it’s banner 2021 on Saturday. Although fantastic matchups happen throughout the afternoon and night, the most exciting is Juan Francisco Estrada against Roman Gonzalez. The two super flyweight boxers last fought eight years ago with Gonzalez eking out a decision victory. Who takes the rematch? Check out Boxing odds, analysis, and free picks for Estrada versus Gonzalez and three other top boxing events on Saturday, March 13.
Boxing: Estrada Takes Gonzalez in a Rematch 8 Year in the Making
Top Weekend Boxing Events
- When: Saturday, March 13
Saturday, March 13th Bouts
- Jamontay Clark -120 / Terrell Gausha -110
Nicknamed “The Quiet Assassin”, the twenty-six-year-old Clark has built a nice 15-1-1 record. He’s won 7-of-15 either by knockout or technical knockout. Clark faces his toughest opponent since Jeison Rosario when he steps into the ring versus Terrell Gausha.
The thirty-three-year old Gausha has more experience than Clark. Terrell has won 22, lost 2, and drawn once. Like the odds indicate, this boxing match could go either way. Gausha is a talented fighter. So is Jamontay. The difference? Clark has a decided reach advantage while Clark has lost 2-of-4 and drew in another bout. Lean Jamontay.
Boxing Pick: Jamontay Clark
- Cecelia Braekhus -165 / Jessica McCaskill +140
Braekhus and McCaskill step into the ring for the second time in less than a year. The two fought last August with McCaskill winning a majority decision. It was Braekhus’ first loss.
The oddsmakers expect her to bounce back with a revenge victory. Breakhus has much more experience, she’s got a 36-1 record while McCaskill’s is 9-2, but Cecelia may have limited options in this.
She didn’t hurt McCaskill in the first bout. Jessica outworked Breakhus by continuing to move forward, throwing punches, and wearing down her more experienced opponent. Although the odds say Braekhus wins this, the end result could be the same.
If you can, make sure to watch this fight. You won’t find boxing matches where both opponents are so determined to win and aren’t afraid to mix it up. This one will be close. If Braekhus doesn’t hurt McCaskill, though, Jessica wins the rematch.
Boxing Pick: Jessica McCaskill
- Axel Aragon Vega +400 / Hiroto Kyoguchi -600
Although only twenty-years old, Axel Aragon Vega already has stepped into the ring 18 times. He’s won 14 of those 18 fights with 3 losses and a draw. 8 of his 14 victories have come via knockout or technical knockout.
Kyoguchi is undefeated with 9 KO or TKO wins from 14 bouts. He’s from the Nayoa Inoue mold, a great defensive fighter who loves to go to the body and isn’t afraid to mix it up.
Mixing it up with Vega could lead to disaster. But Kyoguchi is much taller. Hiroto figures to use his height to his advantage. Kyoguchi is also great at fighting inside, meaning Vega can’t park his forehead on Kyoguchi chest and expect to pound his body. The chalk looks tough.
Boxing Pick: Hiroto Kyoguchi
- Juan Francisco Estrada -165 / Roman Gonzalez +140
In Roman’s 54 bouts, the only fighter to beat him is Wisaksil Wangek. You may know Wangek by his other name, Srisaket Sor Rungvisai Nakornl. The Thai boxer beat Chocolatito in back-to-back bouts in 2017.
It’s important to note that Estrada split in his two bouts with Wangek. Srisaket won a majority decision over Estrada in the first fight. Estrada got his revenge with a unanimous decision victory in 2019.
Juan Francisco brings a 41-3 record into the ring. This is going to be a war. Both these guys will keep going after each other. Although Estrada is the chalk, it’s hard to go against Gonzalez. He bested Estrada in the first fight. He can do it again eight years later.
Boxing Pick: Roman Gonzalez
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