San Juan, Puerto Rico - In the last week, the possibility was raised that the stellar showdown between Cesar Seda, Jr. and Omar Narvaez, the super flyweight champion of World Boxing Organization, will suffer a change of date because the Polideportivo Stadium in Buenos Aires will not available for the fight.
It has been confirmed that the battle will remain on the same date, April 15, but the venue will now be the Club Isidro Casanova, also located in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
"This is good news because this way Seda's training camp is not affected for this fight. This is the fight of his life and he has to be clear-minded to ensure his victory," explains Javier Bustillo, president of Universal Promotions.
"I'm glad that everything has been made clear. It did not bother me, but it's good that everything is clear," said Seda, Jr., born in Juana Diaz.
For his part, Seda's co-promoter Gary Shaw said - "This is very important to clear up because the boxer is focused on things he shouldn't be focused on. Now all Seda Jr. has to think about is boxing, boxing and more boxing. I'm sure that he will bring that title back to Puerto Rico "