By Nicholas Samuilov, notifight.com
Puerto Rico's Cesar "Junito" Seda Jr. is confident of returning home with super flyweight championship of the World Boxing Organization (WBO). He faces the Argentinian - Omar "The Hurricane" Narvaez in the main event at the Club Estudiantes in Bahia Blanca, Buenos Aires, Argentina. "Junito" (20-0, 15 KOs) believes his power will play a critical role in the fight. He doesn't see Narvaez (33-0-2, 19 KOs) being able to last the twelve round distance.
"I'm in the best condition of my life. I'll be world champion. I'm going out with my hands up. I'm ready to win round by round, but I doubt it reaches the cards because my condition is great. I'm going to win by knockout. I'll knock Narváez out and there will be a new champion. I can knock him out with either hand. I know that Omar Narvaez may have studied my left hand, but I will be different for this fight," Seda said.
"He is one of the fastest boxers that I've ever faced. He is also very dangerous and one of the best champions in the world. He is undefeated, and he's been a champion for nine years. But I'm also very fast and have power in both hands. I know I'll win and bring the title back to Puerto Rico."