Without a title around his waist, Miguel Cotto is still the undisputed champion of Madison Square Garden.
Cotto, a Puerto Rico native, has seen his fights morph into giant fiestas the previous seven times he fought at the Garden. Against Antonio Margarito last year, a sellout of crowd of 21,239 honked horns, waved the Puerto Rico flag and absolutely went wild for all things Cotto - starting with his entrance to the opening strains of The White Stripes' ''Seven Nation Army.''
Cotto (37-3, 30 KOs) has held up his end of the deal in front of the zealous faithful. Seven fights at MSG. Seven victories.
That's even better than the New York Knicks (5-0 at home) this season.
Cotto's fights have sold more than 100,00 tickets over the course of his career at MSG and he's ready to make it 8 for 8 when he attempts to dethrone undefeated WBA Super Welterweight champion Austin Trout on Saturday night.
Cotto, the four-time world champion, is ready to win that 154-pound title inside his true b...