By Rey Colon
In his first fight since last December's decision loss to WBC super bantamweight champion Leo Santa Cruz, tough Puerto Rican puncher Cesar "Junito" Seda (25-2, 17 KO's) is scheduled to return on June 19 as part of a card being staged in Bayamon, as part of the card where McWilliams Arroyo will take part in an eliminator. The potential rivals being mentioned for Seda include Alberto Guevar , Gilberto Martínez and Paul Peguero.
After the fight in June, Seda and his team would like to secure a fight with WBO champion Tomoki Kameda of Japan. Seda is dropping back to 118-pounds and said he accepted the fight with Santa Cruz to show he could hang with the best.
"I wanted to see my talent. Now they are more interested in me [at 122] but I'm going to 118. I think I can make that weight two or three more times," Seda said.