Five Super-Special Fighters Eligible To Be Voted Into 2021 Hall Of Fame

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For those that have the honor bestowed upon them, it’s again time to put pen to paper and vote for the fighters deserving of being enshrined in The Hall of Fame. The 2021 ballots are out, reports Dan Rafael, and all five first-year eligible fighters are very special indeed.… read full article “Five Super-Special Fighters Eligible To Be Voted Into 2021 Hall Of Fame”

Antonio Margarito: The “Loaded” Gloves and His Rivalry with Miguel Cotto on Dec 23 on Telemundo

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The New Season Debuts on Telemundo this Sunday, December 23 at 11 p.m. ET with a Look Back at the Controversy Behind Three-Time Former Welterweight World Champion Antonio Margarito: The “Loaded” Gloves and His Rivalry with Miguel Cotto

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Miguel Cotto To Be Special VIP Guest For Sept. 29 Golden Boy Fight Night On Facebook Watch

Former four-division world champion and future Hall of Famer Miguel Cotto will be the special VIP guest for the Sept. 29 edition of Golden Boy Fight Night on Facebook Watch at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio, Calif.… read full article “Miguel Cotto To Be Special VIP Guest For Sept. 29 Golden Boy Fight Night On Facebook Watch”

WBO Honors Miguel Cotto’s Career with Diamond Belt

San Juan, PR: Today at the Legado Golf and Country Club surrounded by family and friends, 4x World Champion, Miguel “Junito” Cotto was recognized by WBO’s President, Francisco “Paco” Valcarcel for his Hall of Fame career. Cotto was presented with WBO’s most prestigious award, The Diamond Belt.

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Klitschko, Ward, Bradley, Cotto: They all retired this year, but which great will you miss the most?

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Four great fighters, all of them world champions, three of them at more than one weight class, retired from the sport this year: heavyweight king Wladimir Klitschko, super-middleweight and light-heavyweight ruler Andre Ward, four-weight ruler Miguel Cotto and light-welterweight and welterweight champ Tim Bradley.

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Will Miguel Cotto’s retirement stick? Oscar De La Hoya for one is not sure

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As fans know, the sport of boxing is absolutely littered with great fighters who, despite announcing their retirement, were simply unable to walk away and stay away for good without making a comeback. Right now, 37 year old future Hall of Famer Miguel Cotto sounds about as convincing as is imaginable when he insists that, yes, his comeback WILL stick; that he will fight no more.

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