The bout will take place on September 20th at a yet to be decided venue in Mexico and it will be the first defence for Cuadras who won his title with a technical decision victory over the hard hitting Srisaket Sor Rungvisai. We had hoped for a rematch between Srisaket and Cuadras though it appears that Cuadras is wanting to make an "easy" defence of his belt before facing a top contender at 115lbs.
Prior to this announcement Jaro, a former WBC Flyweight champion, was some how ranked at #11 by the WBC. In his last 6 bouts Jaro has gone 3-3 losing decision to Toshiyuki Igarashi, Hiroyuki Hisataka and Gerpaul Valero whilst he's managed to blast out 3 below par opponents. Certainly not the form of an up coming title challenger.
Whilst we wish Jaro the best he is certainly not a man who "deserves" this shot.
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