In a rematch between two former world champions, Thai warrior Srisaket Sor Rungvisai will clash with elegant Mexican Carlos “El Principe” Cuadras de Guamuchil, Sinaloa, for the vacant WBC super-fly world title in a heated war of revenge scheduled for February 5 in the United States in a location yet to be defined.
News of Srisaket’s exciting battle against Cuadras for the vacant Strap has been confirmed to NotiFight by Cuadras coach Manuel López.
Interestingly enough, Sor Ruengvisai and Cuadras already traded hard knocks 7 years ago in a quick rumble won by the Mexican by technical decision in eight rounds.
During this game in Ciudad de Mexico, “El Principe” Cuadras suffered a serious cut to the left eye as a result of an accidental head knocking.
Las Vegas referee Jay Nady deducted a point from Srisaket under the WBC accidental butt rule; the fight was stopped and Cuadras was declared the winner and new world champion because he was at the top of the scorecards.
Fans can be 100% sure that Cuadras (39-4-1, 27 KOs) will try to repeat victory in any way he can.
Meanwhile, the formidable Thai warrior will come out as strong with the same wicked intentions, making this war an extremely engaging and exciting rumble that no boxing fan can afford to miss.
This is precisely why the two fighters are already sweating profusely, as the stakes are high.
“Cuadras is currently training at altitude at the Otomí Center training center, where he will carry out his intense preparation for the important duel”, assured his trainer Manuel López.
Coach Lopez will be by his side throughout January, making sure his fighter arrives on fight night in his best physical shape.
“We’re going to be working hard on speed and punch,” said López, son of famous Mexican boxing manager / trainer Lorenzo López.
“The chances that Carlos will come out with the victory are high,” assured the coach.
“That’s why we are training hard. Throughout January we will be focused, fine-tuning our strategy, correcting any mistakes Carlos might have and putting a lot of air in his lungs for the exciting fight.
“Carlos Cudras wants to be world champion again and so do I. We’re going to bring this WBC super flyweight championship to Mexico.”
Ranked n ° 3 by the WBC, Carlos Cuadras has never stopped training. This is because he knows his opponent so well.
“Former Thailand champion Srisaket Sor Rungvisai is a very strong fighter. We know his abilities, his style, his experience. Also, the Thais are hitting very hard. So we will be working on these and other factors to effectively counter Srisaket Sor Rungvisai “, concluded coach López.
Likewise, Sor Rungvisai, 35 (50-5-1, 43 KOs), is also focusing on his preparation with his usual red and yellow M-150 squad, led by his longtime veteran manager / promoter. Surachart Pisitwuttinan and his sons Titipong and Thainchai “Bank”, prepare to do what he can do best: stop the adversaries.
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