Julian Sosa: A smile with a killer instinct
By Xavier Porter, Brooklynfights.com
April 20, 2017
Brooklyn, N.Y. – “There’s no better feeling to have fans come out and support you. I fight for them.” – Julian Sosa
At twenty-one years of age Brooklyn’s Julian Sosa (7-0-1, 2 KOs) is a quiet storm. He’s a humble, composed young man with a smile that can light up a room. When he enters the ring, he turns into a seek and destroy type of fighter. He’s an all-out action fighter that throws punches nonstop. Simply put Sosa is an exciting fighter that fans love to come and see.
“Everything has been good since my last fight,” Sosa said.
“I learned some things about myself from my last fight. For this fight I am fighting an aggressive fighter who plans to pressure me. The experience I received in my last fight I will use in this fight. I will be ready for whatever he brings on fight night.”
Often compared to the great Oscar De La Hoya, Sosa is talented and well-rounded in all facets of boxing. He possesses a tremendous left hook, can trade power punches when needed, and he can control the pace of the fight with his stiff jab.
Under the tutelage of his legendary father Aureliano Sosa, both Sosa and his stablemate (2016 Haitian Olympian Richardson Hitchins) will again be appearing on the same fight card.
Sosa is proud and shared his thoughts on once again fighting on the same card with his stable mate.
“It feels good to be fighting on the same card again with him,” Sosa said.
“We work hard in the gym and prepare each other for our fights. We always go hard in camp, helping each with training. Fighting on the same card with him motivates us both to win our fights.”
Each time Sosa fights he packs the house with tons of supportive fans. Sosa is appreciative of all the fan support and promises to give his best each time he enters the ring.
“To my friends and my family, I want to say thank you. I appreciate every single person that attends my fights.”
“I have a great fan base. I am thankful that I can sell tickets and that people support me. I’m thankful for all the support I receive. There’s no better feeling to have people come out to your fights and support you.”
“I appreciate everyone who gives me kind words. A lot of people do not realize how lonely a sport boxing can be. Just having that support behind gives me an extra edge to perform my best on fight night.
Televised coverage of SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING, presented by Premier Boxing Champions, begins at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT and is headlined by former world champions Andre Berto and Shawn Porter meeting in a 12-round welterweight world title eliminator. In the co-main event, undefeated super welterweight world champion Jermell Charlo battles top rated challenger Charles Hatley.
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