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.