Carlos “The Prince” Cuadras was born in Sinaloa, Mexico on August 24th in 1988. In 2007 Cuadras won the gold medal in the bantamweight division at the PanAmerican Games. The following year he made his professional boxing debut with a 1st round knockout victory and his winning and power have been on display ever since.
In 2014, sporting a record of 29-0, with 23 knockouts, Cuadras competed in his first world title fight when he took on Srisaket Sor Rungvisai for the WBC super flyweight championship. The fight was stopped after 8 rounds due to an accidental clash of heads that left Cuadras with a cut over his eye. Rungvisai was deducted a point and the fight went to the judges’ scorecards which had Cuadras ahead, thus making him the new WBC super flyweight world champ. Cuadras made 4 defenses of the title and goes for the 5th defense in November of 2015.
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