World Boxing Council super bantamweight champion Rey Vargas is full steam ahead in the gym gearing up for his fourth defense.
Forthright as ever the lanky Rey says - "We`re back in the gym and waiting for the indications of my promoters. I`m at the first stage of physical preparation and depending on what they tell us we will design a strategy with the rest of the working team involving detailed analysis of the opponent, with Nacho Beristain."
Vargas (32-0 and 22 KO's) hopes to soon settle a defence date with a named rival. Possible candidates include: Diego de la Hoya, Danny Román or Tomoki "Mexicanito" Kameda.
After winning the world title in England against the local hero Gavin McDonnell in February 2017, Rey has successfully defend against Ronny Ríos, Oscar Negrete and Azat Hovhanisyan.
Carlos 'Príncipe' Cuadras will seek the opportunity and will take the first step towards his camping in the bantamweight division. He wants to fight in mid-August against a top opponent; as part of a card that will be seen throughout Mexico on the Televisa Deportes screens.
Principe, who was undefeated world champion at 115 pounds, is getting ready to invade the bantamweight division; and for it he will be training at the Otomi Ceremonial Center, to more than 3200 meters above the level of the sea, to break with its characteristic style in the division that trusts to conquer at the latest next year.
Cuadras is sharing a camp with former world champion Pedro Guevara and rookie sensation Karim 'Traviesito' Arce; and he assured that he will seek as soon as possible to become the world champion in the WBC bantamweight division, which is currently vacant.
"I am focused to be world champion once again, I miss that green and gold belt, I dream that I have it once more in my hands and I will do my best to get it back in. I feel I have the ability to get it and I know that if I work hard for nobody is going to prevent it," Cuadras said.
The 'Prince' has a record of 36 wins, 27 of them by KO, 3 losses and one draw.