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Answering a recent social media post by old foe Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., whom 'Maravilla' defeated despite a late scare in 2012, Martinez revealed he's already been cleared to box by Argentinian authorities and would be willing to accept a realistic offer from the Mexican to fight in November.


Zorrilla impresses, Oquendo shines on Cotto debut

"The fight plan was perfect. We worked with the jab early because we knew he would come looking for us. I was pulling everything from the beginning. But it also opened a lot and I was able to strain my hands. In one it was neglected, I took it with the rectum to the face and the hook to the body and


Boxing industry welterweight poll dead even: A plea for Spence-Crawford NOW

Overall, the electors have been on the mark. By way of example, not a single elector picked Manny Pacquiao, Miguel Cotto or Canelo Alvarez to beat Floyd Mayweather at a time when many knowledgeable observers were split on the outcome of those fights.


Miguel Cotto Net Worth

Miguel Angel Cotto Vazquez was born on October 29, 1980, in Providence, Rhode Island, the United States. He was born into a Puerto Rican family, who relocated to Puerto Rico when Miguel was two years old. Miguel’s family members including his father, cousins, and uncle were all boxers, and Miguel st


Manny Pacquiao reignites career with Round 7 KO of Lucas Matthysse

With all the accolades attributed to Pacquiao, it’s easy to forget that Matthysse was the WBA welterweight champion heading into this fight. Matthysse’s reputation as a knockout punchernarrowed betting margins. Pacquiao was the slight betting favorite, but there were doubts surrounding him.


Everything You Need to Know About the Weekend in Boxing

We need to talk aboutManny Pacquiao. Yes, he knocked outLucas Matthyssein the seventh round of their fight on Saturday, a fight in which he won every round by a wide margin. Yes, he looked great, vintage even, knocking the Argentinian down in the third and fifth rounds before finally finishing him o


The Hauser Report: Manny Pacquiao vs. Lucas Matthysse - The Sweet Science

The more time goes by, the less Manny Pacquiao feels like a feel-good story. On July 14 in Kuala Lumpur, “Pacman” knocked out Lucas Matthysse to claim one more in a long line of sanctioning body belts. But the narrative has changed.


Manny Pacquiao - One of The Greatest

The years that stand out most are 2008 and 2009, when he sensationally knocked out in succession Oscar De La Hoya, Ricky Hatton and Miguel Cotto to become a worldwide superstar and stake his claim as one of the best fighters in the world.


Felix Verdejo Brings Evangelista Cotto on Board as Trainer

Ricky Marquez, the manager and head trainer of Verdejo, is very pleased with adding on Evangeslista. They have been working with the veteran coach for the last 2 weeks.


Manny Pacquiao vs. Lucas Matthysse – Preview & prediction » Boxing News

Pacquiao (59-7-2, 38 KOs) vs. Matthysse (39-4, 36 KOs) will be shown on ESPN+ in the States. It’s unclear whether this will mean more money for Pacquiao or not. What it does mean is fewer boxing fans will see the contest than if it were shown on regular ESPN. That obviously isn’t a good thing for Pa


Exclusive: Potential Plans In Place For Puerto Rican Boxers Angel Acosta, Jose Martinez

Since last year, a number of Puerto Rican boxers fighting under the Miguel Cotto Promotions banner have risen to the top of their respective divisions, including WBO light flyweight champion Angel “Tito” Acosta and WBA super featherweight champion Alberto Machado. Other fighters, such as super flywe


Manny Pacquiao's evolution from knockout artist to crafty veteran

7:02 PM BSTNoel ZarateMany already realize that it has actually been almost a decade since Manny Pacquiao won by a stoppage. Now, he matches up against Lucas Matthysse; a younger, hungry pugilist whose last two triumphs didn't even make it to the judges' scorecards. Naturally, many Filipino fans are


Promoter Miguel Cotto Oversees Workout For Champ Tito Acosta - NY FIGHTS

Check this out, you don’t see this all the time, or really, at all…The promoter getting a sweat up, with the main eventers, counting down to fight night…


Boxing Legend Miguel Cotto in Canastota for International Boxing Hall of Fame Induction Weekend

Mike Tyson, Riddick Bowe, and Michael and Leon Spinks are just a few of the guests expected to attend this year.


Trout: Beating Charlo Would Be Bigger Than My Win Over Cotto

Back in 2012 at Madison Square Garden in New York City, Austin Trout (31-4, 17 KOs) secured the biggest victory of his pro career when he won a twelve round unanimous decision over Miguel Cotto.


Sanchez says Gennady won’t budge with 50-50 demand for Canelo fight » Boxing News

BySean Jones:Abel Sanchez says Gennady Golovkin is adamant about wanting a 50-50 purse split for the Saul Canelo Alvarez fight, and it’s up to him if he wants to agree to it or not. Sanchez says Canelo isn’t the pay-per-view draw that his promoter Oscar De La Hoya paints him out to be. Sanchez point


Austin Trout: Beating Charlo Would Be Bigger Than Beating Cotto

In a recent conference call, Trout said beating WBC junior middleweight championJermell Charlo on June 9would be bigger than when he defeated Cotto, the only Puerto Rican male boxer to win a world title in four different weight classes.


Promoting more challenging than fighting for Miguel Cotto

Future Hall of Fame boxer Miguel Cotto believes that, for him, promoting is even more challenging than fighting.


Miguel Cotto: Promoting is More Challenging than Fighting

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (May 31, 2018) –Future Hall of Fame boxer Miguel Cotto believes that, for him, promoting is even more challenging than fighting.


Cotto: Promoting more challenging than fighting

Future Hall of Fame boxer Miguel Cotto believes that, for him, promoting is even more challenging than fighting. The living legend retired last December with an incredible 41-6 (33 KOs) pro record, in which he became the only Puerto Rican to capture world titles in four different weights classes, li