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Omar Narvaez Talks Seda Defense, Eyes Cazares Clash

By Ryan Burton

WBO super flyweight champion Omar "El Huracan" Narvaez (33-0-2) faces Cesar Seda (20-0) in his homeland of Argentina on Friday April 15th. Boxingscene spoke to Narvaez about facing the heavy handed Puerto Rican after the 35 yer old finished  up his Tuesday training session.

Narvaez also touches on the keys to the fight, a possible unification clash with WBA champ Hugo Cazares and more in this exclusive interview. 

BoxingScene: What are his thoughts on facing Seda and what are the keys to winning the fight?

Omar Narvaez: I think it's a great fight. It is a fight in which the best of the best at 115 pounds will be fighting. I think Seda is a really good fighter with a lot of movement and power in both hands but I have experience to counter anything he has or does.

BoxingScene:  Let's talk about Seda's power for a minute.  You mentioned Seda's power that he has in both hands. How do you avoid the big punches?

Omar Narvaez:  Well I have always been known for having great lateral movement and will use exactly that to counter everything he does and that is how I will avoid getting
hit.

BoxingScene:   How does do you apply your advantage in experience versus a young and hungry fighter like Seda?

Omar Narvaez:   I have many more fights than him and better amateur experience. Maybe for the first couple of rounds he will have some kind  of success until I can see and acknowledge what he does and then experience will kick in and help me win the fight.

BoxingSscene:  I know you have to run so this is the last question. Assuming you get the win like you plan who do you want to fight next?

Omar Narvaez: I think that if he wins or if I win that  we should do a unifying fight with Hugo Cazares.  I'm confident that I will come out the winner and I think the fans want to see a unification fight with Cazares.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by FromBA on 04-13-2011

Seda has no chance. He never fought anybody like Narvaez. Narvaez on points or TKO.

Comment by vicmatic1 on 04-13-2011

seda man bring your hard hat and go to work

Comment by farewell911 on 04-13-2011

he gives respect to seda because he knows this is the most talented fighter he ever fought and when seda wins he will have a home coming defense in pr and then a unification with hugo

Comment by PRBOXINGCOTTO on 04-13-2011

he gives respect to seda because he knows this is the most talented fighter he ever fought and when seda wins he will have a home coming defense in pr and then a unification with hugo

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