Name: Carlos Cuadras
Birth Name: Carlos Cuadras Quiroa
Hometown: Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico
Birthplace: Guamuchil, Sinaloa, Mexico
Pro Boxer: Record
Amateur Boxer: Record
Trainers: Jorge Barrera (2017), Abel Sanchez (2018-)
2003 Pan American Cadet Championships Gold medalist in Mexico City, Mexico at 48 kg.
- Defeated Luis Guamaniza (Ecuador) in the final.
2004 Pan American Cadet Championships Silver medalist in Colorado Springs, United States at 52 kg.
- Lost to Rigoberto Figueroa (Puerto Rico) 12-14 in the final.
2005 International Junior Olympics Gold medalist in Brownsville, United States at 52 kg.
2007 1st Pan Am Games Qualifier Bronze medalist in Barquisimeto, Venezuela at 54 kg.
2007 Pan American Games Gold medalist in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil at 54 kg.
- Defeated Ramiro Rojas (Colombia) 13-7
- Defeated Guillermo Rigondeaux (Cuba) Walk Over (Rigondeaux didn´t show up for the weigh-in, trying to defect along with teammate Erislandy Lara).
- Defeated James Dean Pereira (Brazil) 20-15
- Defeated Claudio Marrero (Dominican Republic) 15-11
2007 World Championships participant in Chicago, United States at 54 kg.
2007 Mexican National Championships Bronze medalist at 54 kg.
- Lost to Oscar Valdez by points
- Has record of 6-1-1 (4 KOs) in World Title fights
- Has a record of 2-2 (0 KOs) against former, current, or future world champions.
Regional & Minor Titles
- WBC Silver Super Flyweight Title (2012-2014)
- WBC Continental Americas Super Flyweight Title (2011)
- WBC Youth Intercontinental Super Flyweight Title (2010)
- WBC Super Flyweight Title (2014-2016, six defences)
Srisaket Sor Rungvisai
| WBC Super Flyweight Champion
2014 May 31 – 2016 Sept 10