Carlos "Principe" Cuadras and Sonny Boy Jaro had no issues on the scale when taking part in a mandatory 30-day weigh-in for their title fight. Cuadras (30-0, 20KOs) will defend his WBC super flyweight championship against Jaro (37-13-5, 27 KO's) on November 13th in Washington, DC. In his last fight, Cuadras had a technical draw against his compatriot Jose Salgado at the Alberto Vega Chavez Stadium in Sinaloa last month. Meanwhile, Jaro knocked out Japanese contender Ichal Tobida in six rounds in the Philippines.

Both boxers passed the 30 day weigh-in. The champion tipped the scale at 125.1-pounds and the rugged Philippine challenger tipped in at 126-pounds.