The fight for the vacant super flyweight title of the World Boxing Council (WBC) Come in Carlos Cuadras Y Srisaket Sr. Rungvisai It already has a confirmed date and venue: February 5 at the Gila River Arena in Glendale, Arizona.
DAZN confirmed this Friday the date and venue of said combat and that it will be a rematch, where Stables will again seek a triumph over Rungvisai and win the 115-pound title again.
Stables He is already getting ready at the Otomí Ceremonial Center to reach that lawsuit in the best conditions, confident of being world champion again.
Both boxers complied on Thursday with the 30-day pre-weighing ordered by the CMB for their world title fights, both just over ten pounds over the division limit.
The Mexican scored 125.1 pounds, while the Thai did so at 125.6 pounds, both within a month’s allowance.
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Carlos Cuadras seeks to be crowned again against Rungvisai
It was on May 31, 2014 when Stables challenged Rungvisai in the Sala de Armas Agustín Melgar, in Mexico City, with a triumph for the Mexican. In that occasion, Stables He fulfilled his dream of winning a title that he defended six times.
Juan Francisco “Gallo” Estrada was elevated to Franchise Champion of the organization last March. It was decided in the 59th WBC Convention that the vacant super fly title would be disputed Stables Y Rungvisai, two of the highest classified, and the Mexican works at forced marches.
That evening will be starred by Jessie vargas, who will return to the activity after almost two years, and Liam smith.
Jessie vargas he last fought on February 29, 2020, when he lost a unanimous decision to Mikey Garcia. Smith, for his part, he fought twice last year, with a setback and a win, this one only on October 9 over Anthony Fowler.