Found June 14, 2012 on Pro Boxing Fans:
Undefeated contenders Carlos Cuadras and Gilberto Ramirez have combined to deliver a 45-0 (38 knockouts) record, making them two of Mexico's most talked about rising stars. On Saturday, June 16 they will get the biggest tests of their respective young careers, when they co-headline Televisa's "Sabados De Corona" from the Palaya Mamitas in Playa del Carmen, Mexico in separate fights that will also be televised on FOX Deportes in the United States. In the 12-round main event, the vacant WBC-USNBC Bantamweight Title will be on the line when Guamuchil's Cuadras battles countryman Javier Franco of Chihuahua and, in the 10-round middleweight co-feature, Mazatlan's Ramirez takes on longtime-contender J.C. Candelo of Buenaventura, Colombia. A stellar amateur who won gold for Mexico at the 2007 Pan Am Games, 23-year-old Carlos Cuadras (24-0, 20 KO's) has quickly made his mark on the professional game, thrilling fans not only in his native country,...
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