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 Last update:  1/4/2012       Read more by Jhonny Gonzalez         
   
Cesar Seda Jr. Back in March, Narvaez Rematch is Possible
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By Jhonny Gonzalez

Super flyweight Cesar Seda Jr. (21-1, 15 KOs), who may move up in weight for bigger game, doesn't rule out a possible rematch with the WBO champion at 115-pounds, Omar Narvaez (34-1) of Argentina. Seda lost a twelve round decision to Narvaez last April. He returned in August in Puerto Rico and won a lopsided twelve round decision over Jose Silveira.

Seda is ranked third by the WBO and sixth by the WBA. A March return is being planned and a Narvaez rematch is possible, but not in Argentina.

"The plan is for Cesar to have a fight in March and we are negotiating for a world title fight," said Ricardo Rodriguez, press officer of Universal Promotions, to Carlos Gonzalez. "Seda wants to fight Narvaez again, but in Puerto Rico or the United States."

Tags: Omar Narvaez , Cesar Seda


 

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comment by Kannabis Kid, on 01-04-2012
Wow these guys still with these ****? Get over it mariposas Seda got outboxed plain and simple. Narvaez even wobbled him a few times and was dominating the end of every round. It was close and Seda gave a good effort but he was outclassed by experience and will lose again no matter the location. ...

comment by giacomino, on 01-04-2012
[QUOTE=El C@cique@PR]Seda got robbed in Argentina, plus the referee pulled a Arthur Abraham move, by not letting Ceda throw to the body!! In a neutral site, Seda wins this and posibly stops him!![/QUOTE] Dream on, nobody but a few Seda butt boys think Seda won. Narvaez won because he was th...

comment by PRBOXINGCOTTO, on 01-04-2012
Navarez is boring to watch his style gives seda problems but in a rematch out of argentina equals a loss seda would beat him but I want to see seda v.s hugo

comment by zaktiel, on 01-04-2012
[QUOTE=El C@cique@PR]Seda got robbed in Argentina, plus the referee pulled a Arthur Abraham move, by not letting Ceda throw to the body!! In a neutral site, Seda wins this and posibly stops him!![/QUOTE] hahahaha joke!!!! Narvaez won... and the Seda team recognize it after the scorecards...

comment by ChampBox@PR, on 01-04-2012
[QUOTE=zaktiel]Narvaez 2 - Seda 0. Go to the boxing classroom again. :)[/QUOTE] Seda got robbed in Argentina, plus the referee pulled a Arthur Abraham move, by not letting Ceda throw to the body!! In a neutral site, Seda wins this and posibly stops him!!

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