Zab Judah Wears an Original Affliction Top in the Ring at MSG on June When He Fights for the WBA Welterweight Championship
Judah vs Cotto, on June 9, is one of the most highly anticipated boxing matches of the summer. Zab Judah confirms that he'll wear a very popular Solis t-shirt by Affliction into the ring before the fight. The match will be broadcasted live on HBO Pay per View at 9PM EST/6PM PST.
Zab Judah is one of professional Boxing’s most controversial fighters. He is regarded as one of the WBA’s brashest characters, yet his colorful personality has won him a dedicated fan base. Judah, coming out of Brooklyn, has been fighting since he was a teen-ager. Trained by his father, a former kick boxing world champion, Zab entered the professional boxing world at the age of 18 where he knocked out his first opponent in the second round. Judah has developed into a very skillful fighter. With his southpaw stance, Judah is quick on feet and capable of packing a very powerful punch. In the ring, he’s a relaxed fighter, allowing his punches to flow more freely. He’s been known to show off in the ring, where he loses concentration and sometimes his composure if he’s losing a fight.
Zab Judah will battle Miguel Cotto for the Welterweight title this coming Saturday night on June 9 in New York City at Madison Square Garden. Cotto has a record of 29-0. Standing shorter than most welterweights at 5’7” with an arm reach of 67 inches (5 shy of the average for his fighting class), Miguel Cotto has still managed to knockout 24 of his opponents. He’s quick and able to avoid attacks and delivers incredible body punches. Judah is looking forward to the contest at Madision Square Garden with confidence saying of his opponent, "Cotto is a one-dimensional fighter. He is a robotic fighter, and when you match a great, great fighter against a robot there's going to be a malfunction."
During an interview on ESPN, Zab Judah wore one of Solis Company’s most popular Affliction designs this season. Called “Winged Up,” this graphic began like all other Affliction graphics, as a hand drawn inspiration. “Winged Up” depicts the epic struggle between good and evil, the common theme that permeates through all of Affliction’s designs. The Judah shirt depicts two winged skulls menacing an illuminated crucifix. It can be seen on Soliscompany.com at the following link:
This graphic is printed with a water based ink, giving it a no hand feel. The garment is washed several times and its sleeves and collar are grinded and the final product is left softened and deconstructed, reminiscent of an old favorite t-shirt. “Winged Up” is available in black, white and red.
Soliscompany.com, a purveyor of cutting edge fashion, offers the entire Affliction collection. As a pioneer in the online retail world, they have made their name by beating trends before they explode. Soliscompany.com specializes in the latest fashion wear by well-known top designers such as Andrew MacKenzie, Just Cavalli, Jean Paul Gaultier and McQ by Alexander McQueen. SolisCompany has been patronized by a celebrity clientele including Rachelle Leah, Randy Couture, Hal Sparks, Amy McCarthy, Carson Kressley, Ted Allen, Amanda Lepore, Tracy Bingham, Reichen Lehmkuhl, Margaret Cho and others. Solis Stylists turned designers Jose Cabaltera and Steve Haas have been highlighted often in the media including InStyle, Billboard, Cosmopolitan, PaperCity, 7X7, Elle, the LA Times, SF Chronicle, Genre Magazine, Instinct and more. The duo is often consulted to style Celebrities including Sandra Bernhardt, the Wayan Brothers, Riechen Lehmkuhl, Tracy Bingham, Stonebridge, Margaret Cho, Lola, Randy Spelling (son of Aaron Spelling), Sean Stewart (son of Rod Stewart) and many more.