Narvaez Says Cesar Seda Was His Most Dangerous Foe
By Nicholas Samuilov, notifight.com
The super flyweight champion of the WBO, Argentinean Omar "El Huracan" Narvaez, is excited by his victory from last Friday, in which he decisioned undefeated Puerto Rican puncher Cesar "Junito" Seda Jr. Narvaez successfully defended his crown for the second time in the city of Bahia Blanca located in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He says Seda was the most dangerous opponent that he ever faced. Narvaez gives credit to Seda's heavy hands.
"I'm happy, and resting after a tough fight. After getting out of the ring, watching the fight, and analyzed it, I think I had a good advantage on points by at least three," Narvaez told BoxingScene.com's Carlos Irusta. "It was a tough fight. I wasn't able to get through much in the early rounds, but from the fifth to the tenth, I think I won them all clearly. The eleventh round I won narrowly, and in the final round I made a decision to stay away from him and I won the fight. He had the hardest punches that I ever felt from any opponent. But I have the experience and we won."
Seems like Seda may have gained fans and good experience from this. He'll make his noise..Comment by giacomino on 04-20-2011
Seda will win titles in the future, but Narvaez won the fight by getting inside Seda's reach, smacking him and making him miss. Nice boxing lesson.Comment by nachorjj on 04-19-2011
Narvaez is the best at flyweight and super flyweight. He turn up to have this type of fightsComment by Freedom. on 04-19-2011
Some people can whine as much as they want, but Narvaez clearly won the fight.Comment by ChampBox@PR on 04-19-2011
Narvaes sound like he felt deafeted. Anyways Narvaes made had won the fight, but Seda won the event(Same thing Lampley said about Morales in the Maidana Fight)Post a Comment/View More User Comments (8)