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Carlos Cuadras is Preparing For Second Defense on 3/2

by Pepe Rodriguez

The spectacular Mexican puncher Carlos "Principe" Cuadras is preparing the second defense of his WBC silver flyweight title that captured last September and successfully defended two months later.

In an attractive boxing card, held by Canelo Promotions, the undefeated Mexican fighter Carlos “Principe” Cuadras, will fight against Mexican Jose "Matador" Cabrera next March 2 as part of the traditional “Sabados de Corona” series, which will be broadcast by Televisa Fox Sports and TDN.

"This will be a great event with three championships on the line and is our third feature of this year with Televisa” said Edison Reynoso.

Carlos Cuadras (27-0, 22 KOs) trains at full steam at a gym in Mexico City to offer outstanding performance in the ring.

"This week we will announce the venue of this attractive feature in which Carlos Cuadras will share the esenario with two high level female fighters" added the manager.

The challenger of the WBC silver champion has among his pugilistic achievements, the WBC world youth title and North American Boxing Federation title, with a record of 21-3-2, with 9 KOs.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by nycsmooth on 02-13-2013

Cuadras possesses all 1 needs 2 b a champ...he'll be a champ b4 Julio Ceja or Andres Gutierrez...

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