A change of date was becoming very possible for the April 15 Cesar Seda, Jr. vs. Omar Narvaez WBO Super Flyweight Championship fight; however, a venue change has instead been made. With the original site, Polideportivo Stadium in Buenos Aires, Argentina, no longer available, it has been moved to the “Estadio Osvaldo Casanova” Club Estudiantes de la Ciudad de Bahia Blanca, in Buenos Aires.
“This is good news because this could interrupt concentration for ‘Junito’ in this fight and this is the fight of his life. He has to be clear-minded to ensure his victory,” explains Ceda’s co-promoter, Javier Bustillo, President of Universal Promotions (along with Gary Shaw of Gary Shaw Productions).
For his part, Gary Shaw said, “This is very important to clarify because the boxer is focused on things he should not be focused on. All Cesar Seda has to think about now is boxing, boxing and more boxing. I’m sure he will bring that crown to Puerto Rico.”
“I’m really glad that this has been clarified. It didn’t bother me, but it’s good that everything is cleared up,” added Seda, Jr.
Seda will have his last pre weigh-in next Wednesday, April 6 at 4:00 pm in the Olympic Village in Salinas, Puerto Rico. The weigh-in will be followed with an open training session for all present.