Browsing Miguel Cotto

Cotto Over Martinez – One Rising, the Other Quitting

Posted on 8 Jun, 2014, by in Boxing

There was no need for a decision, judges counting scorecards or controversy as Miguel Cotto pummeled Sergio Martinez into submission, winning The Ring and WBC Middleweight titles from the Argentine, knocking him down four times during the fight and winning with a 10th round Referee Technical Decision. More

Floyd Mayweather – Not as Important as He Could Have Been

Posted on 16 Feb, 2013, by in Boxing

How will Floyd Mayweather be remembered, when his days inside the boxing ring are over? As one of the greatest boxers of all-time, undefeated, winning pretty much every possible title he could get his hands on? Or as a man who chased money, and not glory, taking the easy road when he could have done stuff that would have gone down in the legend books? More

Austin Trout – Miguel Cotto Should Have Been a Tougher Fight

Posted on 2 Dec, 2012, by in Boxing

How much does Miguel Cotto have left in the trunk? That question had to be asked after he was upset by the WBA Light Middleweight champion, Austin Trout, conceding his first ever loss in New York, despite the obvious support from the fans in the Madison Square Garden. More

Floyd Mayweather, Bigger PPV Draw Than Manny Pacquiao?

Posted on 12 May, 2012, by in Boxing

Floyd Mayweather has more haters than actual fans, but that doesn’t make him any less interesting. Buoyed by facing Miguel Cotto, a highly followed fighter by his own rights, the Mayweather – Cotto fight brought in over 1.5 million viewers on PPV, generating over $94 million on the night. More

Miguel Cotto Gives Floyd Mayweather His Toughest Fight Yet

Posted on 6 May, 2012, by in Boxing

Floyd Mayweather won by an impressive unanimous decision if you believe the scorecards, giving him 117-111, 117-111 and 118-110. It was probably a bit closer than what they showed. Miguel Cotto didn’t knock Mayweather down, but he hit him and made it harder for the undefeated champion than anyone ever did before. More

Floyd Mayweather Keeps Breaking Money Records

Posted on 5 May, 2012, by in Boxing

Floyd Mayweather keeps living up to his nickname ‘Money’, even before stepping in the ring to face Miguel Cotto. Before the ticket numbers are in, before the PPV united are counted, Mayweather will earn a guaranteed $32 million just to step in the ring with Miguel Cotto, the biggest guaranteed contract for a boxing fight ever. More

Trying to Predict the Cotto – Mayweather Fight

Posted on 4 May, 2012, by in Boxing

Floyd Mayweather is undefeated, sometimes untouchable. While there’s no doubt Cotto will tag him a time or two and who knows, maybe even more, it’s hard to find anyone willing to put their money on the Puerto Rican WBA Light Middleweight champion to come out on top in his fight with the popular pick for P4P king. More

Mayweather vs Pacquiao – New PED Accusations

Posted on 2 May, 2012, by in Boxing

Floyd Mayweather, no matter what fight he’s preparing for and promoting, will get asked about Manny Pacquiao and why the two haven’t already stepped in the ring. Usually, it’s the same answers over and over. Heading into his fight with Cotto, Mayweather unleashed a 10 minute rant accusing Pacquiao once again for using PEDs. More

Floyd Mayweather Can’t Stop Talking About Manny Pacquiao

Posted on 25 Apr, 2012, by in Boxing

Floyd Mayweather gives the public what they want. Not during fights, when they want him to lose, or be a bit more exciting. But before and after. Whenever there’s a camera around, or a microphone. Miguel Cotto may be his next opponent but as usual, the target of his insults is Manny Pacquiao. More

Floyd Mayweather Between Villainy and Obama

Posted on 23 Apr, 2012, by in Boxing

Floyd Mayweather is busy preparing for his fight with Migeul Cotto on May 5. Nothing else should matter now. Not his impending prison time, waiting for him after the fight, not the Manny Pacquiao mega fight that never transpired. Still, Mayweather has time fantasize about that fight and American president Barack Obama in his corner. More