Cesar Seda Not Fazed By The Loss To Omar Narvaez
By Jhonny Gonzalez
Puerto Rican super flyweight banger César Seda Jr. (20-1, 15KOs) is not fazed by the recent decision loss to WBO champion Omar Narvaez of Argentina. Seda traveled to the champion's backyard on April 15 and lost a spirited twelve round decision. At 25-years-old, he is not angry or upset with the loss. He says the experience of being in the ring with one of the best champions in the sport will make him a better boxer.
"It was a great experience. I thought I could win by knockout or by decision, but it didn't happen. I feel proud that I showed I can be a future world champion. The first few rounds I was winning, but halfway through the fight I had to change. Narvaez is a great champion and we must respect that he gave it his all. I gave in to the public pressure [by going for an early knockout] and although it was my first experience, I will try again," Seda said.
Hell it aint easy fighting in someone backyard PR still need little more practice they will get there eventually have the good boxesr to do it OH and Cazares would destroy Seda Rojas little more easier but hes getting to…Comment by AP♠ on 04-22-2011
He'll make some noise eventuallyComment by richardt on 04-22-2011
Nothing quite a nice as seeing unbeaten fighters learn they cant beat everyone.Comment by richardt on 04-22-2011
Seda needs to figure out how to throw a punch without missing by a mile. I love watching when punchers think they can get a guy out and throw dumba$$ punches that miss by a mile.Comment by [email protected] on 04-22-2011
Good ****, hope my boy Seda gets a crack at a rematch in the USA or a fight with Cazarez!!Post a Comment - View More User Comments (6)