Roman Gonzalez vs Edgar Sosa Fight Replay

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On May 16, 2015 Roman Gonzalez fought Edgar Sosa Fight at Forum, Inglewood, California, USA for the WBC World flyweight title
Roman Gonzalez vs Edgar Sosa Fight Replay

Fight Highlights: Sosa down three time in rd 2

The co-feature between Edgar Sosa and Roman Gonzalez went as we had predicted with Sosa getting a hell of a punishment from Roman. In the entertaining fight, Roman went ahead to destroy the former WBC flyweight champion with a third round knock out.
According to many observers, Roman is considered one of the world’s top pound-pound fighters. He stayed true to his reputation by pressurizing Sosa with punch after punch. Sosa had no answer to these precisely combined powerful punches from the pound-pound king and found himself licking the floor three times.

On Saturday May 16, 2015 we witnessed two of the most exciting fights in boxing world so far. Edgar Sosa brawled against the hard hitting Roman Gonzalez, While Gennady fought against Monroe Jr. Saturday has gone down on the boxing’s world as the knock out day. These two fights went down as we had predicted though no body expected Roman to knock down Sosa 3 times and end the fight at the 2nd quarter. Gennady knocked out Monroe Jr while Roman knocked down Sosa.

Sosa got the punishment he deserved from Roman. In the entertaining fight, Roman went ahead to destroy the former WBC flyweight champion with a third round knock out.

According to many observers, Roman is considered one of the world’s top pound-pound fighters. He stayed true to his reputation by pressurizing Sosa with punch after punch. Sosa had no answer to these precisely combined powerful punches from the pound-pound king and found himself licking the floor three times.

Roman started the fight by applying hard pressure on the 35 year old Sosa, the former junior fly weight Mexican champion. Sosa tried his best to stick and move around the ring but Sosa did not give him any space to breath. He stopped Sosa’s movements by cutting the ring while at the same time landing some damaging power punches on the elder fighters body and head.

On the second round, Roman released a lead right closely followed by a sweeping hook that saw lick the ground for the first time. On the second time he dropped Sosa, it was from an assortment of furious rights and hooks to the head that ended the fight.

For the 27 year old fighter from Nicaragua, the performance was impressive. He enhanced his unbeaten record to 43-0 and 37 knockouts to his name. He his 3rd on the Pound-Pound ranking from by the ring. Roman continuous to cement his reputation as the king of pound-pound. He is on his way to the boxing’s hall of fame if he continuous at this pace.
Sosa is at the lowest point of his career, being more experienced that Roman put him in a better place to win the fight. He deserves to give his fans a win and retire since he seems to be getting too old. His body and head cannot with stand the heavy blow from some heavy punchers like Roman. He should contemplate changing divisions since he his not in a position to keep up with his current weight.

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