By Rey Colon
Undefeated Puerto Rican boxer Cesar "Junito" Seda, who is ranked at number one for the WBO title at 115 pounds which is held by unbeaten champion Omar Narvaez, may finally get his shot. Seda may travel to Argentina on April 17 to face the champion in bout which is going to be held at the Polideportivo de Monte Hermoso, according to his father and trainer Cesar Seda Sr.
"We're talking about the 17th. That's what we informed about. He wouldn't come to Puerto Rico. The WBO is ensuring neutral judges will work the fight but we are going to try our best to take the decision out of the judges' hands," Seda Sr. said.
Seda is 20-0 with 15 knockouts while Narvaez is 33-0 with 19 knockouts.
Seda's father said he knows the style of Narváez, and compares it to the style of former WBO flyweight champion Ivan Calderon.
"He's a little bit like him, left-handed. He boxes and does not get hit a lot. He has good boxing skills and Olympic experience since he was in the Atlanta games in 96. He is shorter than Junito but he's also 35 and I'm betting on my son's youth."