Mexican puncher Carlos Cuadras is being prepped by Hall of Fame advertiser Bob Arum to challenge Jerwin Ancajas, who protects his International Boxing Federation (IBF) super-flyweight crown for the eighth time at some point in October in a US scene yet to be chosen.
Arum told the Bulletin on Monday that Cuadras, earlier the World Boxing Council champion, has been tapped to fight Ancajas, who is falling off a seventh-round stoppage of Japanese required challenger Ryuichi Funai in Stockton, California.
Educated about the decision of rival and date
, Ancajas' preparation group, headed by Joven Jimenez, left throughout the end of the week for the Philippine Marines Naval Station in San Antonio, Zambales, where they will stay outdoors until their takeoff for the US.
Be that as it may, Sean Gibbons, Manny Pacquiao's correct hand man and Ancajas' authentic agent, uncovers that an arrangement still can't seem to be set up.
"That is only the arrangement," said Gibbons, noticing that Top Rank and Team Ancajas presently can't seem to concur on the conditions of the agreement.
In any case, Gibbons isn't leaving any stone unturned as Ancajas, 27, is yearning to come back to dynamic obligation and put on a show against the 30-year-old Mexican.
Cuadras, a right-hander, sports a 38-3-1 win-misfortune draw card with 27 KOs and the victor of three Filipinos: Fernando Lumacad, Marvin Mabait and Ritchie Mepranum.
The southpaw Ancajas totes a 31-1-2 record with 21 KOs, who has been the IBF's 115-lb titleholder since Sept. 2016.
Arum feels the Ancajas versus Cuadras has every one of the trappings of a shootout, something that supporter ESPN needs to exhibit to the US group of spectators.