WBC super flyweight Champion Carlos “El Principe” is promising to relieve Dixon Flores of his challenger status with a KO before the halfway mark on his home turf title defence in Puebla.
Wearing a mint blue Ring Telmex anorak, at the giant Aldea Digital technology mecca in Mexico City’s Zocalo Plaza, Carlos who’s been helped by the organization and has developed as an undefeated Champion, says he’s been training very hard for more than a month at the Centro Ceremonial Otomi, high in the rugged mountains, forbiddingly perched over Toluca.
Looking fit and lean, but also defined in advance of his Saturday night’s number four defense of his WBC Crown won just over a year ago, Carlo obliged with photograph and autograph-seeking fans by standing shoulder to shoulder with WBC light flyweight Champion Pedro Guevara.
He also said he feels fit, very motivated and above all…ready! He commented about his Nicaraguan opponent: “Dixon is young, strong and fast, but I’m going to stop him before the sixth round. I feel exceptionally strong myself!”
Carlos also stresses that he feels fine in the super flyweight division, and is easily making the weight with no problems. So he plans to stay exactly where he is poundage wise for at least another year.