This past Saturday, newly crowned undefeated IBO super-bantamweight world champion, Moises "Chucky" Flores (25-0, 17 KOs), received his belt from co-manager Henry Rivalta of Pro Box Management.
Last June, Flores scored an impressive unanimous decision victory over Paulus Ambunda (24-2, 10 KOs), in his home town of Windhoek, Namibia (Africa), to earn the world title strap.
Flores, who is also the WBA interim champion, is now the mandatory challenger to face WBA super-champion Guillermo Rigondeaux (17-0, 11 KOs). Both camps are in negotiations with the possibility of the fight happening in the next few months. If the fight comes to fruition, both the WBA and IBO world title belts will be on the line.
After receiving his IBO world title belt, and a big fight looming with Rigondeaux, Flores speaks on his current situation.
"Winning the IBO world championship is a testament to my hard work and the great team around me," said Mexico's Moises "Chucky" Flores.
"Together we worked really hard to get this world title. I'm now the mandatory to challenge Guillermo Rigondeaux, a fight I'm looking forward to. He's very skilled but I feel I have all the tools to defeat him. My management team is working hard to get this fight finalized. It's time to see who the best super-bantamweight is. I going to bring that world title home to Mexico."