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Cesar Seda Back on 8/19, Pedraza and Gonzalez Too

San Juan, Puerto Rico - On Friday, August 19 at the Auditorio Juan "Pachin" Vicens in Ponce, the ring will mark the return of Cesar "Junito" Seda (20-1, 15KO's). This will be the highlight bout of the event called "Under Fire."

"I'm very excited to return to the ring. This is the time to prove to my fans and people that I can continue to reap victories for them," said Seda, Jr., boxer promoted by Universal Promotions and Gary Shaw Productions.

In the co-feature, amateur champion Jose "Sniper" Pedraza (3-0 , 3KO's) will see action. This hard-hitting lightweight has had three fights as a professional and all three have ended by knockout.

"It's good to return for fight in my island of Puerto Rico. I'm training very hard to put on a great show for my people," said Pedraza, who hails from Cidra.

In addition, this card will feature the experienced and agile super welterweight, Eliezer "Waa" Gonzalez (12-0, 7KO's), who is coming off his last four fights by knockout. Gonzalez is sponsored by Puerto Rican legend Felix "Tito" Trinidad and trained by Felix Trinidad, Sr.

Under Fire will also feature the return of the Pride of Ponce, Josean Serra (6-0, 4KO's), and strong lightweight Kelvin Galarza (5-1, 1KO).

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by vicmatic1 on 07-06-2011

[QUOTE=giacomino;10799452]Some people think any time one of their boys lose, it's a robbery. Narvaez was too experienced and crafty for Seda, but Seda is impressive and should win some titles in the future.[/QUOTE] i agree he will be a champ…

Comment by giacomino on 07-06-2011

Some people think any time one of their boys lose, it's a robbery. Narvaez was too experienced and crafty for Seda, but Seda is impressive and should win some titles in the future.

Comment by lopez36 on 07-06-2011

[QUOTE=PRBOXINGCOTTO;10798556]seda will get another title shot hopefully its in a neutral place[/QUOTE] why in a neutral place? it's not like he got robbed,he lost,got outboxed the rest of the rounds and looked tired at the end...it was a good win…

Comment by PRBOXINGCOTTO on 07-06-2011

seda will get another title shot hopefully its in a neutral place

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