Former world champion Carlos "Principe" Cuadras, is putting the finishing touches on his camp in Big Bear, California; as he prepares for his ring return on February 24 with Puerto Rican contender McWilliams Arroyo, which will be transmitted to all of Mexico by Televisa Deportes.
Cuadras, who seeks to recover the super flyweight belt of the World Boxing Council (WBC), is training since December under the discipline of Abel Sanchez in the mountains of California. The two have been working hard for several weeks, as they battle in a final eliminator for a world title shot at 115 pounds.
The duel between Cuadras and Arroyo will reach millions of spectators as the bout is being televised by Televisa in Mexico and on the airwaves of HBO in the United States.
Cuadras is gearing up to show a new version of himself when he steps in the ring with Arroyo.
"I feel better than ever and I just want the day to come when I can prove it in the ring, it's an honor to be part of the GGG team because there are very talented teammates who force you to give the best in training, and that leads you to be better day by day," Cuadras said.
"I hope that Arroyo is training hard because he knows that a very complicated night is waiting for him. I can not say that it's going to be a field day for me but I am doing my part because I want to be world champion once again and I have to start by knocking down everyone to become a challenger."
In the main event of the same card, World Boxing Council (WBC) super champion Srisaket Sor Rungvisai (43-4-1, 39 KO's) of Si Sa Ket, Thailand, will defend his crown for the second time in a 12-round duel against world ranked # 1 and WBC mandatory challenger Juan Francisco "El Gallo" Estrada , (36-2, 25 KO's), from Puerto Peñasco Sonora, Mexico.
Both fights are part of card Superfly 2, which takes place on Saturday, February 24, at the Forum in Inglewood, California.