By Rey Colon
Cesar "Junito" Seda predicts a knockout victory on April 15 when he takes on Omar Narvaez, the WBO champion at 115 pounds, but said that if the battle with the oldest champion of the WBO will head to a decision, the voting judges should give the win to the right man.
"We're going out to look for the knockout because we know that winning a decision in Argentina is very difficult. He has many fans and 20,000 people will be in the arena but we are going to knock him out before his people," Seda said.
Seda (20-0 and 15 KO's) has seen several videos of Narvaez (33-0-2 and 19 KO's) and said that this week that he's going to place more attention on analyzing his style.
"We know he is strong and has a lot of experience, and skill, but we can beat him. I'll spend five weeks at the Olympic Village in Salinas. After I win, I want to unify the titles and then go to bantamweight. My dream is to be champion from 115 to 126 pounds," said the 5'6 fighter. "