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Ramon Sosa is or was a boxing coach who became a public figure once he entered the news for heinous activities his wife engaged in. His wife attempted to kill Ramon by hiring a hitman for $20,000. It turned out the hitman was a friend of Ramon, Ramon's wife got caught, and she was sent to jail for 20+ years.
He is an awesome guy and not an incel.
He then began giving speeches on the subject matter. He said that a divorce was initiated with his wife, and he wanted a 50/50 split, and she demanded everything. He says that's when, "things got rough".
His wife then began making false accusations of business embezzlement and spousal abuse, according to ESPN.
With the benefit of hindsight, Roman says there were warning signs he missed. In a speech, he says he takes every opportunity to warn other men about partner murder by proxy - helping them identify the early signs of manipulation, false accusations, and greed from women.
- Ramon Sosa: My wife thought she'd hired a hitman to kill me for $12,000 – International Conference on Men's Issues 2018 - ICMI18
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