Rungvisai saldrá a querer volarle la cabeza: Entrenador de Carlos Cuadras se prepara para una guerra

aware that Srisaket sor Rungvisai will blow his head off Carlos Cuadras, in the Mexican team they plan the strategy and prepare at speed for the fight on February 5.

“We know that Srisaket he will come out with everything and he will want to blow his head off”, said the coach Manuel Lopez in interview with LEFT PUNCH. “We need a very good strategy and carry out several work plans.”

It will be at the Gila River Arena in Glendale, Arizona, where stables Y Sister Rungvisai faces will be seen again more than seven years later. They will dispute again the super flyweight title of the World Boxing Council (WBC), which is now vacant.

“He was already fought a few years ago and the result was given,” added the coach. “We have seen it evolving strongly Srisaket, as the years go by and you learn. He is preparing the same or much better and he is going to want to get even for the defeat that time”.

With less than a month to dispute the title and with more than three weeks since they arrived at the Otomí Ceremonial Center to prepare, the coach of Carlos Cuadras prepares in the strategy to prevail over Rungvisai.

Srisaket It’s very dangerous,” he said. Manuel Lopez. “That’s why I say that we have a preparation with several work plans, it depends on how it comes out is to fight it”.

Carlos Cuadras focuses on speed to face Rungvisai

In addition to speed and carrying an intense fighting rhythm, Lopez He knows that counteracting the Thai’s punch will be essential to aspire to victory.

“We are focusing on arm and leg speed, getting a pretty hard pace for the fight,” he concluded. “And an important base to win the fight is to hit the body from the beginning and subtract that dangerousness of the punch.”

On May 31, 2014, stables was imposed by technical decision to Srisaket in Mexico City, to proclaim himself the new 115-pound world champion.

stables made six defenses of the super flyweight title before losing it on September 10, 2016 to Roman “Chocolatito” Gonzalez. In October 2020 he had the opportunity to win it back, but lost by TKO in 11 rounds with Juan Francisco “Gallo” Estrada.