Juan Francisco Estrada and Roman "Chocolatito" Gonzalez are set to meet Dec. 3 in a set of three session for the lesser bantamweight title, advertiser Eddie Hearn of Matchroom Boxing reported Saturday night. No area for the battle was uncovered. This is the third time the third battle among Estrada and Gonzalez has been booked. The future Hall of Famers were set to get down to business in October 2021 preceding Gonzalez tried positive for COVID-19. A March session was deferred after Estrada gotten the Covid. The 32-year-old Estrada returned Saturday in his local Mexico with a surprisingly hard choice triumph over Argi Cortes to hold the WBC franchise championship at 115 pounds. Presently, Estrada heads into the elastic coordinate with Gonzalez, a contention that started a long time back. Gonzalez (51-3, 41 KOs) scored a consistent choice triumph over Estrada in 2012 to hold a 108-pound title. Estrada (43-3, 28 KOs) got a proportion of payback in the March 2021 rematch at 115 pounds, yet the split-choice win was defaced by debate. They consolidated for 2,529 punches in the return session that was ESPN's sprinter up for battle of the year. "When you talk about great rivalries over the years, this is right up there," Hearn told ESPN last year. "Fight 1 was a classic, and Fight 2 was probably the best I have ever seen live. The decider will be historic." After Estrada pulled out from the rematch, Gonzalez proceeded to overcome 112-pound champion Julio Cesar Martinez in March in one more expert class execution for the 35-year-old Nicaraguan. Estrada, who surrendered his WBA title last month, is ESPN's No. 1 junior bantamweight. Gonzalez, who was for quite some time perceived as the best pound-for-pound fighter on the planet, is No. 2.