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.