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Photos/Weights: Cesar Seda-Jose Silveira, Undercard

By Jhonny Gonzalez

The weights are in for the big Friday show from Univeral Promotions, Cesar Seda Jr. (20-1, 15KOs) will return for the fist time since losing to WBO champion Omar Narvaez, and faces Jose Silveira (18-4, 4KOs) of Mexico in a bout scheduled to take place at a catch-weight of 120-pounds, at the Auditorio Juan Pachín Vicéns in Ponce, Puerto Rico. Both Seda and Silveira weighed 120 at the limit. Hot prospect Jose Pedraza appears in the co-feature.

Full Photos and Weights

(120LBS – 10Rounds)

CESAR SEDA, JR.– 120lbs. VS. JOSE SILVEIRA –  120 lbs

(20-1-0, 15KOs)                     (18-4-0, 4KOs)

(133LBS – 6 Rounds)

JOSE PEDRAZA– 133lbs. VS. PEDRO SALCEDO –  132 1/2lbs.

(3-0, 0KO’S)                        (4-3, 3KO’s)

(132LBS – 6 Rounds)

KELVIN GALARZA – 132 lbs. VS. EDGARDO RIVERA–  131 lbs.

(5-1-0, 1KO’s)                          (5-1, 4KO’s)

(110LBS – 6 Rounds)

JOSEAN SERRA– 109 1/2lbs. VS. ALBERTO MEDINA–  108 3/4lbs.

(6-0-, 4KO’s)                                  (0-6)

 

(163LBS – 4 Rounds)

HECTOR ROSARIO – 162 lbs. VS. DANIEL RODRIGUEZ – 161 lbs.

(6-1-2, 4KO’s)                          (0-2)

(135LBS – 4 Rounds)

JENSEN CRUZ– 135 lbs. VS. ALBERTO CANDELARIO– 135 lbs.

(1-0-0, 1KO)                     (Pro Debut)

(125LBS – 4 Rounds)

EDGARDO LABOY – 125 lbs. VS. VICTOR MONTES – 120 lbs.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by garfios on 08-18-2011

Anyone knows why Barthelemy is out?

Comment by AP♠ on 08-18-2011

Seda should move up to weight after this.I think he has better potent once he makes the move

Comment by PRBOXINGCOTTO on 08-18-2011

seda looks bigger lets see you get another run at the belt

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