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Cesar Seda Jr. Eyes Moreno, Santa Cruz and Mares

By Jhonny Gonzalez

Puerto Rican bantamweight Cesar Seda Jr. (22-1, 16KOs) is ready for the next chapter of his career. On Saturday night in Quintana Roo, Mexico - Seda will return to the ring against Luis May (11-5, 6KOs) in an eight round bout. The fight will be the first for Seda under the promotional banner of Golden Boy Promotions.

The 26-year-old fighter failed in 2011 to get the bantamweight crown when he lost a unanimous decision to Omar Narvaez.

Seda is motivated with his Golden Boy deal, because there are fighters in their roster that he wants to fight.

"De La Hoya has two champions at 118, Anselmo Moreno (WBA) and Leo Santa Cruz (IBF). You also have Abner Mares (WBC) at 122. Our idea is to have two more fights and climb in the rankings. Then we'll go for a world title," Seda said to Carlos Narvaez.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by PETUFF on 10-27-2012

Good fights Champion ......:boxing::boxing:

Comment by PRBOXINGCOTTO on 10-27-2012

Warrrr seda

Comment by lopez36 on 10-27-2012

it has to be santa cruz,i doubt either moreno/mares winner will come down to bantam,so that leaves santa cruz,that would be a great fight,both come to fight and it wont be another alexander/bailey fight thats for sure

Comment by Snake... on 10-27-2012

he losses to all of them

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