Edgar Sosa Not Worried About Uicab's Youth and Power
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.