Former WBC super flyweight champion, Carlos Cuadras was at the WBC’s “Coffee on Tuesday,” discussing and figuring out his upcoming fight on August 18 against KO exponent Ricardo “El Matematico” Nuñez, for the vacant WBC Latin title at the Coliseo, Mexico City.
Stronger and more comfortable in this division Carlos, says his approach has completely changed, with an even greater motivation. Because it is not only about winning titles or victories, but about making history and leaving a legacy in the sport.
With the goal set for the bantamweight green and gold belt, which is currently vacant, beaded Carlos who’s says he’s already virtually reached fight weight, summed it up by confirming that he’s training hard saying he’ll be dishing out the medicine… waving his vaunted right hand.
On September 15 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Mexican Moises Fuentes is boldly promising to defeat and simultaneously retire Nicaraguan Roman “Chocolatito” Gonzalez.
World champion at minimumweight and light flyweight Moises seeks to emulate what he did six years ago when he traveled to Puerto Rico to retire former champion Iván Calderon, audaciously stating: “My goal is to retire Roman González.
“I will be preparing myself at the Otomí Ceremonial Center and I will have the company of world-class fighters like Rodrigo “Gato” Guerrero, Juan “Churritos” Hernández and Julio César Martinez. I am happy to be working with my old team.
“Roman is not that strong at the 115 pounds. I know the punches with which I can hurt him. Neither of us wants to lose this fight!”