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Oscar De La Hoya and Bernard Hopkins may be grabbing most of the headlines these days in boxing, but if you are a boxing fan who loves classic confrontations, look no further than the July 3, 2004 collision between Joel Casamayor and Daniel Seda. The former WBA jr. lightweight champion and Cuban expat Casamayor has chosen a mighty rough road in attempting to climb his way back to the top of the 130 pound division. Why? Because in Daniel Seda, Casamayor might well have to invoke the law of probability or fighting before your adopted hometown crowd - Miami - to get past the search and destroy prowess of Seda. In this fight, you have the pedigree and professional experience of the 1992 Olympic gold medallist Casamayor against the Don Felix Trinidad honed undefeated boxer-blaster Seda.
This is a fight with explosiveness written all over it!