SALINAS, PUERTO RICO – WBO NABO Super Flyweight Champion César “Junito” Seda (20-0,
15 KOs) looked comfortable this morning at the Olympic Village in Salinas Puerto
Rico, coming in at 128 1/4 pounds for his first pre-fight weigh-in for his world
title fight against Omar Narvaez (33-0-2, 19 KOs) on April 15 in Buenos Aires,
Seda had been required to weigh no more than 132.5 pounds (15% above 115).
“I feel fine and comfortable making weight,” said Seda, Jr., “We are focused on
this fight with Narvaez and ready for whatever he brings. We know that Omar is
a first-class fighter and for that reason we will be very well prepared”.
Seda will have in his hands full in this fight. Narvaez was an outstanding amateur
boxer and boasts a record 16 successful title defenses, surpassing the record of
the great Argentine middleweight champion Carlos Monzon.
“This is the second week of training at the Olympic Village and we are seeing results.
‘Junito’ is in tremendous condition and losing weight and eating well,” said trainer
and manager Cesar Seda Sr.
The NABO champion also took the opportunity to delight the audience with his boxing
ability and do two rounds of sparring.
This fight is presented by Universal Promotions and Gary Shaw Productions and will
be broadcast on pay per view system at a price of $29.95.