'Seriously dangerous': Fastest KO ever leaves boxing fans fuming

Riley Morgan
·Sports Reporter
·3-min read
Seniesa Astrada (pictured left) punches her opponent and Miranda Adkins (pictured right) knocked out.
Seniesa Estrada (pictured left) knocks out Miranda Adkins (pictured right) in the fastest KO in women's boxing history. (Images: DAZN)

The boxing world was stunned after Seniesa Estrada recorded the fastest knockout in women’s boxing history after she demolished her opponent within seven seconds.

The undefeated Estrada approached her flat-footed 42-year-old opponent, Miranda Adkins, as soon as the bell rang and landed a left and right combo with little fight back.

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Adkins appeared hesitant and hardly raised her guard as Estrada followed it up with another left-right combo, which knocked Adkins clean out as she fell through the ropes.

‘It is lamb against Lion and it is over. One of the quickest knockouts in women’s boxing history,” the commentator said.

In scary scenes, Adkins lay motionless on the canvas for a few moments before she recovered and was able to exit the ring.

The knockout was the fastest in women’s boxing history.

Fans call mismatch in Estrada record

Adkins moved to 6-1 in her boxing career and Estrda moved to an undefeated 19-0.

Fans were stunned at the impressive record set by Estrada as she obliterated her opponent.

But many were also concerned and confused to how the match up was made when it appeared Estrada was a far superior fighter.