Mexican boxer Juan "Churritos" Hernández is already aiming  for the WBC World Boxing Council flyweight championship, which is currently vacant.

He will face Nawaphon Kaikanha [a/k/a Nawaphon Sor Rungvisai] for the vacant belt on March 4 in Thailand.

Hernandez, who is originally from Cuahitlan, Veracruz and is represented by  Promociones del Pueblo, will face a dangerous undefeated Thai warrior with 36 professional matches and  27 KO´s.

"Churritos"  has meticulously studied his rival, helped in this homework by Jorge Barrera and former world champion Isaac "El Tortas" Bustos.

"I am very happy with this news, I feel great, we have studied this fighter very carefully via Social Networks and YouTube.  I know it wont be easy, because my rival will be at home and with the full support of his people, but we will fight with everything we have."

"Churritos" Hernandez, who currently resides in Mexico City and is ranked number 2 in the flyweight division, has a great opportunity to return with the championship that was vacated by Nicaraguan Roman "Chocolatito" González, after moving up to defeat the Mexican Carlos "Principe" Cuadras in the super flyweight division.