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Cesar Seda Heads To Argentina For Omar Narvaez Bout

After five weeks of hard work in which he sparred more than 140 rounds, undefeated WBO-NABO Super Flyweight Champion Cesar "Junito" Seda, Jr. (20-0, 15 KO's) has completed training camp at the Olympic Village in Salinas, Puerto Rico and left for Argentina.

He will challenge WBO World Champion Omar Narvaez (33-0-2, 19 KO's) on Friday, April 15 at the Club Estudiantes de Bahia Blanca in Bahia Blanca, Buenos Aires.

"This was the best camp of my life," said Seda as he prepared to leave. "In previous fights, I would stay here for about two weeks in advance of fights, but this time we decided to stay almost six weeks in the village. This is the opportunity of a lifetime and for that reason I stayed longer."

Seda's co-promoter, Gary Shaw of Gary Shaw Productions (along with Javier Bustillo of Universal Promotions), says the difficulty of the task at hand was what dictated the extended camp. "Omar Narvaez is a great fighter and that's why we're taking it very seriously. He was an outstanding amateur boxer and boasts a record 16 successful defenses, surpassing the record of the great Argentine middleweight champion Carlos Monzon."

"We are very grateful for the help and support of our people. The stay at the lodge was excellent, 'Junito' is in tremendous condition and ready to bring this belt to Puerto Rico," said Seda, Sr., coach and manager.   

The Seda vs. Narvaez fight is presented by Universal Promotions and Gary Shaw Productions and will be broadcast on pay-per-view by Direct TV, Choice Cable TV, Liberty Cable TV, Claro TV and One-Link Communications at a price of $29.95.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by PR Boxer on 04-11-2011

For those saying that Narvaez has fought bums all of his career well the truth of the matter is Seda has only fought a decent fighter in Jose "Carita" Lopez. While Narvez has fought: Tamara, Lazarte and Asloum who are…

Comment by ChampBox@PR on 04-11-2011

[QUOTE=zaktiel;10359721]Poors Seda fans crying before the fight because of the judges. But I tell you stop cry as if you were girls. Narvaez not need the help of judges, all the fights were won without discussion and without any help.…

Comment by mannygati on 04-11-2011

whats going to happen if seda wins what are they going to say now are they going to say navarez is a bum 16 tittle defenses still undefeated it is a hard task for the young guy but i have…

Comment by zaktiel on 04-11-2011

Poors Seda fans crying before the fight because of the judges. But I tell you stop cry as if you were girls. Narvaez not need the help of judges, all the fights were won without discussion and without any help.…

Comment by Fistic on 04-11-2011

[QUOTE=BIGPOPPAPUMP;10358503]After five weeks of hard work in which he sparred more than 140 rounds, undefeated WBO-NABO Super Flyweight Champion Cesar "Junito" Seda, Jr. (20-0, 15 KO's) has completed training camp at the Olympic Village in Salinas, Puerto Rico and left…

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