Leo Santa Cruz, bothered somewhat by Cesar Seda's movement, fought at a more measured pace (25 of 69 punches landed per round). Santa Cruz landed an avg. of 8 of 31 jab per round, while Seda landed a respectable 36% of his power shots. Santa Cruz landed an avg. of 36 of 97 punches in his previous six fights.
Leo Santa Cruz Slowed Down in Cesar Seda Win
Rigondeaux will agbekoed him if they fight in 2014.Comment by Tomasio on 12-16-2013
Santa Cruz usually averages 90-100 punches a Round & in this fight he averaged a lot less & even thou he clearly won & did good, by the way he fought one could tell that Seda's southpaw stance, movement &…Comment by BendOver on 12-16-2013
Rigondeaux-leo, this is the fightComment by TOBYLEE1 on 12-16-2013
Santa Cruz was not enjoying those body blows and the occasional straight left made him think a bit when he went in. Also Seda had decent movement. Leo still looked good IMO, he is not just a one trick ponyComment by Rikanlynx86 on 12-16-2013
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