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Cesar Seda Leaves Golden Boy, Signs With Al Haymon

By Rey Colon

Add another name to the list, super bantamweight contender Cesar Seda (26-2, 17 KO's) has parted ways with promoter Golden Boy Promotions and signed a three year agreement with manager/adviser Al Haymon. Since the start of the year, BoxingScene.com has reported multiple Haymon signings - including  Juan Carlos Payano, Artur Szpilka, Erickson Lubin, Dennis Galarza and Dauren Yeleussinov .

The information was confirmed by the boxer's father and trainer, Cesar Seda Sr., who says his son has a tentative return date of March 7th.

"The relationship with Golden Boy was terminated. We requested a release for breach of contract and reached a mutual agreement to [part ways]. We began discussions with Haymon and by end of December we signed contract. And we have a tentative date to fight on March 7. The deal is for three years," Seda Sr. said.

The fight in March will be at 122, but they are not ruling out a drop in weight to fight WBO bantamweight champion Tomoki Kameda, who also has a deal with Haymon.

"This fight will be at 122 but 118 [is not being ruled out]. [In that division is] Tomoki Kameda [is an option]. We don't rule out going down to 118," Seda Sr. said.

Rey Colon covers boxing for www.thesportpress.com

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Comment by torosboxing75 on 01-08-2015

[QUOTE=Deevel916;15262770]In other words....Cesar Seda enters boxing's version of witness protection.[/QUOTE] It's called S.H.I.E.L.D.

Comment by torosboxing75 on 01-08-2015

Welcome to S.H.I.E.L.D. BOY!!! :bukkake:

Comment by Deevel916 on 01-08-2015

In other words....Cesar Seda enters boxing's version of witness protection.

Comment by bigjavi973 on 01-08-2015

[QUOTE=mathed;15262166]LMAO....[B]GBP released him because he kept refusing fights so he signs with Hymen?[/B] Great choice kid, you won't get any fights now so you have chosen wisely.[/QUOTE] yup. You see he already doesnt wanna fight at 122 lbs LMAO Rigo…

Comment by MC Hammer on 01-08-2015

[QUOTE=jjsmyth87;15262101]al haymon has all these top fighters and they all fight on showtime, yet hes ruining their careers right before everyones eyes and showtime is getting completely dominated in the ratings. We've seen the epic fall from grace of haymon…

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