By Miguel Rivera

Mexico's Carlos Cuadras (31-0-1, 25KOs) wants to be the best super flyweight in the world and showed that he's going on the right track. After adding another defense of the flyweight crown of the World Boxing Council this past Saturday night, Cuadras is now looking to face the other champions and building his name overseas.

He retained his world title with a dominating twelve round decision over top challenger  Luis "Nica" Concepcion.

"I want to be the best and I know I must face the best. My plan is maybe to go to Japan to make a fight, and then go to a unification year," Cuadras said.

The man he wants is the hottest kid in the division, Japan's WBO champion Naoya Inoue (8-0, 7KOs), who demolished experienced veterans Adrian "Confessor" Hernandez of Mexico and Argentinian Omar Narvaez.

"I want to face Naoya, a unification fight against him in Japan would be my dream," Cuadras said.