Undefeated Turkish Avni "Mr. Robot" Yildirim beamed into Jalisco where on Saturday he will be processing  Mexican Marco Antonio Peribán, in an eliminatory blip.

Also at stake the international super middleweight belt of the World Boxing Council; with the match to be broadcast via Televisa throughout Mexico.

Yildirm, who ran a camp for a week in the Capitol, is primed to fight with "Quetzalcoatl" in the co event presented by Promociones del Pueblo.

The boxer with a record of 15 wins, minus  defeat and with 12 knockouts, arrived at Guadalajara International Airport accompanied by promoter Ahmet Oner .

"I have seen Peribán and I can beat him. He's not a better fighter than me, and I think I can even knock him out.

"I have never lost, but Peribán has already shown that he is not invincible and that the only advantage he has is fighting at home, I do not like to talk about anything else but I'm here to win and I want to do it as soon as possible!"

IN OTHER NEWS: Mexican world champions Juan "Churritos" Hernández and Ganigan "Maravilla" López will be defending their respective World Boxing Council tiles on May 20 at the Ariake Colosseum in Tokyo, Japan.

The card will be transmitted to Mexico through Televisa Deportes.

Ganigan, 35, conquered the WBC light flyweight in March of last year by defeating Japan's Yu Kimura, in a fight that he clearly won. Then he held a magnificent title defense in Mexico City Coliseum Arena, defeating the official challenger Tagalog Jonathan "Lightning" Taconing. So now he fights unbeaten Ken Shiro, 25.

30-year-old Hernandez will debut as WBC flyweight champion against unbeaten Daigo Higa, who has won all his bouts by KO. It's his second bout abroad in a row after being crowned the 112-pound king in Thailand, where he knocked out the then undefeated Nawaphon Kaikanha.

"Churritos" and "Maravilla" are two fighters who have technique and great boxing skills... something that has elevated them to the highest peaks.