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Photos: Cesar Seda Training in Argentina For Narvaez

Bahia Blanca, Buenos Aires, Argentina - Cesar "Junito" Seda (20-0, 15KOs) held his second training session in Buenos Aires. The workout took about an hour and a half and consisted of eight rounds of hard work in the gym "The Reborn" in the southern part of the city. On April 15 he challenges the WBO champion at 115-pounds, Omar Narvaez (33-0-2, 19KO's). After this training session, Seda weighed 116.5 pounds.

'I feel good and I like the gym. I can work here as well as work in Puerto Rico. The most important thing is to keep working hard to achieve the goal of being the world champion of the WBO 115 lbs. I know I can win and give this victory to Puerto Rico," said Seda.

This event is produced by Universal Promotions in association with Gary Shaw Productions. Cesar Seda vs Omar Narvaez can be ordered from the following cable service providers:

Choice Cable TV - 1-877-468-4778
Liberty -787-355-3535
OneLink - 1-800-885-9999
Directv PR-787-776-5252
Claro TV-787-707-1771

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by vicmatic1 on 04-13-2011

rooting for seda..hope he comes hungry cuz hes only leaving with that belt if he wins by ko

Comment by Fistic on 04-13-2011

[QUOTE=goblin213;10369387]I'm rooting for Seda, but I don't think he wins this one. This Narvaez is one of the slickest dude right now. Here's Narvaez's last fight on Feb. [/QUOTE] Thanks for sharing.…

Comment by theplayerpimp on 04-13-2011

[QUOTE=figzuki;10369227]exactly what i've been saying all along about u idiots..... if Seda never looses to a Mexican in his pro career u idiots will try to take anything u can get and say he lost a Mexican in the amateurs…

Comment by Fistic on 04-13-2011

[QUOTE=figzuki;10369375]the conversation was cool until them two idiots showed up man, i tell u, then they say we start the shiat....:bottle: thanx for being real buddy...[/QUOTE] For sure man.

Comment by Fistic on 04-13-2011

I have not seen the Argentinian fight but I hope Seda brings that belt back to PR. Call me a nationalistic, non-boxing fan. :afro:

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