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Segura vs Seda Showdown Would Be Great, Says Calderon

By Rey Colon

The former world champion, Ivan Calderon, has said that if Cesar "Junito" Seda wins the WBO flyweight title on April 15 when he faces Omar Narvaez, then a clash with Mexico's Giovani Segura would make for a great fight. Calderon was stopped by Segura in three rounds on Saturday in Mexicali. Segura intends to move up to 112-pounds. Calderon plans to head back to 105-pounds, where his size will be put to better use.

"If [Seda] goes down to 112-pounds, we are talking about a big difference. Cesar Seda will work down to 112 but he'll be over 122-pounds on the day of the fight. That's where you will see the difference. Seda is skilled, strong, big, hits hard and people will understand what we're trying to talk about here," said Calderon.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by mannypr201 on 04-05-2011

[QUOTE=theplayerpimp;10328915]naw bro i dont do any drugs. He is crying saying he is small hence he is moving down to 105 and saying segura should fight seda a guy two division above bc segura is tall. He is implying that…

Comment by Toltec77 on 04-05-2011

What! Calderons a boxing promoter now, sounds like hes trying to get hes big brother to go after Segura. Man what a little sissy, he can't take it that he lost to a Mexican, now hes trying to get his…

Comment by Team Vitaminas on 04-05-2011

[quote=lluisone;10328921]Calderon tells the truth and the truth hurts .........and Calderon is old......... but such a fight with a younger fighter and stronger as SEDAJR .... I would love to see that fight ......:boxing:[/quote] Man!!you dudes seriously don't know how rediculous…

Comment by chifuli on 04-05-2011

Seda hates Calderon because when he was at 108 he called him out many times and Calderon ducked him and gave a shot to Segura instead of him. Seda will kill Narvaez and win the 115 title. If Nonito could…

Comment by Maymoney on 04-04-2011

Seda will never go down to 112. He has bigger fish to fry at 115. So leave my boy Segura handle his buisness and if that fight ever happens, we'll see. I dought it'll happen.

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