Estrada Training Hard, Expects High Drama With Carlos Cuadras

Former world champion, Juan Francisco "El Gallo" Estrada, is in Los Mochis, Sinaloa, training to face Sinaloa's Carlos ''Príncipe'' Cuadras, as he knows their fight will be all that it`s cracked up to be.

In an interview with the Internet portal: "Línea Directa", the "Gallo" assured that he IS totally concentrating on work.

"We are always focused, now training in Los Mochis due to the sparring sessions. We bring our sparring partners,  but we will have some other different ones as well.  We need to keep focused and motivated for this important fight against Carlos Cuadras."

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Estrada and Cuadras fight on September 9 in Carson, California in an HBO televised World Boxing Council super flyweight elimination bout.

 "It's a tough contest for both of us. I think it will be a smart, intelligent fight. The truth is that we are both good and I think that fight will be won by the one who gets better prepared. I think it's going to to be a fight that people will enjoy because I think we are going to steal the show.

 "Whenever  I get into the ring, I always get motivated, whatever the opponent. Whether a power puncher or an elusive boxer.   I always prepare to win,  and I think this time it's going to be same. All fights are different, all the fights for me are hard and therefore I always prepare well, to win."

27-year-old Estrada,  who has a record of 35 wins, 2 losses and 25 KOs, will be looking for fireworks with Cuadras,  28-year-old , who has a record of 36 wins, 1 defeat , 1 draw and 27 KO´s

While in the main event, WBC super flyweight champion Srisaket Sor Rungvisai will defend his crown versus Roman “Chocolatito” Gonzalez in a rematch.

The winners of both bouts will face each other at a later date.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by sterilizer on 08-23-2017

Estrada-Cuadras is an awesome fight, both are top-notch fighters in their division, I hope I don't miss watching that one live!

Comment by 1hourRun on 08-22-2017

115 is so stacked that its hard to place where the loser ends up on the rankings : you got Inoue, winner or Choco-Rungivsai, Ancajas, Yafai, Warren, then these two. Interested on how the panels rank them after 'Superfly'.

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