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2004 Olympian Estrada fighting his way back into the thick of things

 

2004 Olympian Jason Estrada (20-4-6KO) since coming up short Vs. Franklin Lawrence back in 2011, has strung together 4 straight wins. He's flying under the radar racking up wins, and slowly but surely climbing back into the thick of things.

Estrada fought for years with a foot injury, and more recently an elbow injury, both of which were operated on.  Since surgery, Estrada is undefeated and he's hungry to fight for a world title.

Jason talks about his future in the sport, and what he may do when the day comes when he hangs up the gloves.  He also offers some good advice to the new group of Olympians that just turned pro.

Estrada mentions Seth Mitchell as someone that he would like to get into the ring with.  He feels that Mitchell would be a perfect guy to fight, a perfect opponent to beat and to steal the spotlight from. 

Estrada is back on his groove, and from the sounds of it, he's ready, he's focused, and just itching to make his move among the top fighters in the division once again. 

Check out the entire Podcast with Jason Estrada  HERE

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