We all know that Miguel Cotto (38-4-0) is a fan of fighting at the Madison Square Garden in New York. Maybe it’s because he feels that he has a much bigger following and support there than anywhere else, or maybe it’s because out of the ten times that he had fought in New York, he came out a winner nine times.
Come June 7th, Cotto will be facing his toughest MSG opponent yet: Sergio Martinez (51-2-2).
Miguel Cotto is a fighter before a boxer, at least in the way he prefers to press the action. Never backing down and never leaving any room for anyone to question his heart, Cotto is a fan of middle ring action.
In his fight against Chavez Jr., Martinez showed what a boxing lesson is, putting Chavez Jr. through a clinic from bell to bell. While he seems capable of trading, Martinez is more likely to time his opponents and land from the outside.
These two fighters, together, are creating a very intriguing fight. They are both wodl champions with tons of experience under their belts. Either way it goes, this is the kind of match-up that will undoubtedly please the entire spectrum of boxing fans and media, possibly making way for a very exciting rematch.
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