Edgar Sosa, a Mexican boxer, debuted into professional boxing in the year 2000. He was born on August 23, 1979 and until now he still lives and trains in his home country.
For the first few years in Sosa’s boxing career, he had 15 matches. He managed to win 12, losing only three before he played his first title match against Isaac Bustos for the NABF minimum weight title. Unfortunately, he wasn’t quite ready yet and lost to Bustos, losing the chance at the title. Sosa had another title match against Ulises Solis, this time for the Mexican flyweight title but lost again. Finally, he had a breakthrough in his career by defeating Domingo Guillen for the WBC Caribbean Boxing Federation flyweight title on December 12, 2003.
In the year 2005, Edgar Sosa had a scheduled fight against Oscar Martinez for the WBC FECARBOX light flyweight title. Needless to say, 2005 was a great year for Edgar Sosa, winning the WBC FECARBOX light flyweight title and winning the Mexican light flyweight interim title for several matches.
It was not until the year 2007 that Edgar Sosa was known all throughout the world. After defeating Brian Viloria for the vacant WBC light flyweight title, Edgar Sosa’s career went on the rise. To date, he has a scheduled bout with Japanese boxer, Takashi Kunishige. Will Edgar Sosa defend his title? That’s what the world is curious to know. However, with a career record of 40 wins with 24 knockouts, 6 losses and 0 draws, Edgar Sosa might just be able to hold on to his title a little longer.