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."