Mexican jr featherweight Cesar Juarez (17-5, 13 KOs) arrives in San Francisco on Tuesday for his much-awaited confrontation with the undefeated WBO Intercontinental beltholder “Prince” Albert Pagara (26-0, 18 KOs) on Saturday at the San Mateo Event Center. During an interview at Juarez’ training camp in Mexico, Juarez declared that the Filipino prospect has yet to see a fighter like him. Despite his recent loss to “The Filipino Flash” Donaire, Juarez is confident he’ll beat one of ALA Gym’s prides. And although he describes Pagara as a “quality fighter,” Juarez claims his style is the champion’s weakness, saying Pagara doesn’t know what to do when he gets attacked – and this is just where he is good at. “My style is attacking and attacking, overwhelm my rivals by throwing a lot of punches.” He also said his loss to “The Filipino Flash” only pushes him to outshine his Filipino opponent come July 9.