Advertisement
Advertisement

Seda Dropping Down, Targets Tomoki Kameda Clash

By Miguel Rivera

Cesar Seda Jr. will pause his plans to continue campaigning at 122 pounds. Seda is going to drop down to the bantamweight limit with the goal of securing a fight against the champion of the World Boxing Organization (WBO), Tomoki Kameda of Japan. Seda Sr., father and coach, said he will ask the WBO about potentially fighting for a regional title and then he plans to go after the world belt.

"We would like the people of Golden Boy and the WBO to give us that opportunity. We saw the last fight Kameda. He was losing the fight until he hit that shot to the liver of the Thai challenger. I think 'Junito' has the attributes to beat him," Seda Sr. told Carlos Narvaez.

Kameda has a record of 30-0 and 19 knockouts, while Ceda Jr. is 26-2 with 17 knockouts.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Corelone on 07-23-2014

[QUOTE=PETUFF;14789033]Chemito Moreno a better fight for Cesar seda !!good fight please make it hapend!!:boxing::boxing:[/QUOTE] This fight is down the road. What do you think about McWilliam vs Rerun in Thailand?

Comment by PETUFF on 07-23-2014

Chemito Moreno a better fight for Cesar seda !!good fight please make it hapend!!:boxing::boxing:

Post a Comment/View More User Comments (2)
Top Headlines Video: Dillian Whyte on PEDs in Boxing, Joshua-Breazeale, More Dillian Whyte Wants Two Tuneups, Then More Experienced Foes Rances Barthelemy, Mickey Bey Discuss Training Camp, More Eubank Offers To Give British Title To Blackwell, Hennessy Reacts Enzo Maccarinelli Vows To Beat Dmytro Kucher in Style Khurtsidze's Coach: We're Ready To Face Golovkin in September Ruenroeng, Casimero Make Weight Following Photo-Op Confusion Francisco Vargas Nears Testing Record For Combat Sports in Cali Lara To Golovkin: I've Called You Out a Few Times, Let's Fight! George Groves vs Martin Murray Now WBA Title Eliminator Well-preserved veteran Nick Casal eager to end five-year hiatus Parker's Coach Confident His Boxer Will Succeed Where Tua Failed Harmonito Dela Torre Ready To Impress in His U.S. Debut Washington is Helping Breazeale, Warns That Joshua is in Tough Photos: Mike Tyson Hits China For Ruenroeng-Casimero II Paul Butler: We're On The Brink of World Title Shot, This is Massive Stephen Smith: I Belong at World Level, I Want Another Title Shot Golovkin's Coach Expects Amir Khan To Rebound Very Well Hearn: Haye Not on Anthony Joshua's Radar For Next Three Fights Canelo, Golden Boy Dig in For Lengthy Court Battle With All-Star Roach: I'm Excited, I Truly Feel Postol Will Beat Terence Crawford Jacobs' Trainer Says They'll Be Ready For Golovkin in Due Time Joseph Parker on Elbow Issue, Solomon Haumono Bout, More UFC Prez: Not a Single Convo on Mayweather-McGregor Firat Arslan Returns To The Ring on June 4 in Kassel Gabe Rosado To Face Antonio Gutierrez on June 4 at StubHub Abril-Belmontes, Foreman-Davis Doubleheader on June 3 Golovkin's Promoter Hits Back at Mayweather's Trash Talk Shane Mosley-David Avanesyan Full Card Set Down AIBA President Confident Pro Fighters Will Compete in Olympics Haye: I'll Be Careful Early, But Then I'll Drop Briggs and KO Him Kevin Satchell Returns on June 4th as Part of Smith Liverpool Bill Photos: Floyd Mayweather, 50 Cent Reunite On Stage in Las Vegas Briggs Feels Haye in Decline: He Was a Better Fighter Before Liam Smith: IF Canelo Returns To 154, He's Perfect For Me! Ricky Burns: Michele Di Rocco Won't Know What Hit Him! Oscar De La Hoya, Mario Lopez To Get in The Ring For Charity Makabu: Not Going The Distance, I'm Knocking Tony Bellew Out! Berto Tabs Golovkin Over Canelo, Wants To Fight The Winner Roach Downs Mayweather-McGregor, Wants Lebedev-Glowacki
Advertisement

Latest Active Forum Threads
Advertisement
Advertisement