By Salvador Rodriguez
Wilbert Uicab may be younger and stronger, but he's not the most technical or the most experienced fighter, says Edgar Sosa (44-7, 27KOs). The former champion predicted a clear victory over on Uicab on April 7 at the Oasis Cancun. Sosa is in great shape and takes the fight with Uicab (33-6-1, 18 KOs) very seriously.
"After watching what happened with Sonny Boy Jaro, who upset Pongsaklek (Wonjongkam), I gained more encouragement. I think by beating Uicab I'll receive a new opportunity for a world title. It will be a tough fight, but my experience will bring me through. I am preparing to have a brilliant 2012," said the former flyweight world champion.
"I will fight my fight, I'll win and convince everyone. I think my experience should be a factor, yet I have great confidence in the WBC judges to avoid a bad decision, as we still continue to see them sometimes on television."
Salvador Rodriguez covers boxing in Mexico for The Record.