Found November 13, 2012 on
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Showtime takes viewers behind the scenes and into the lives of Four-Time and Three Division World Champion Miguel Cotto and undefeated reigning World Champion Austin Trout with All Access: Cotto vs. Trout as they push themselves toward their highly anticipated Dec. 1 showdown at New York’s legendary Madison Square Garden, live on Showtime.
The first of two episodes featuring the unique perspective of All Access premieres on Friday, Nov. 16 at 10:30 p.m. ET/PT on SHOWTIME, with multiple replays on CBS Sports Network and various Showtime channels.
All Access crews are on hand to document everything from the intense to the intimate as Cotto and Trout prepare for 12 rounds of boxing at its highest level. From the last brutal round of sparring to the respite of family life during an excruciating two month training camp, All Access gives viewers an all-encompassing glimpse into the lives of these two world champions.
In episode one, SHOWTIME documents Cotto’s training camp from the mount...
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On December 1st, Miguel Cotto battles Austin Trout for his junior middleweight title in front of what's expected to be a jam packed, raucous crowd at Madison Square Garden. Right here, you can watch a special video sneak preview of the Cotto vs. Trout All Access documentary series which will be debuting next weekend. Take a look.
Fight fans know Cotto and his family well, so...
Fight Prediction: Cotto vs. Trout
On December 1 in Madison Square Garden, Miguel Cotto takes on unbeaten titlist Austin Trout. The 12-rounder is for Trout’s WBA title. The path is defined for Cotto. A win here and it’s Saul “Canelo” Alvarez in the first half of 2013. For Trout, it’s his chance to break into the big time.
Cotto is 32 and Trout is 5 years younger, has...
Premieres Friday, Nov. 16 at 10:30 p.m. ET/PT on SHOWTIME
Holed away in his new, higher-elevation training camp in Ruidoso, New Mexico, WBA Super Welterweight World Champion Austin "No Doubt" Trout (25-0, 14 KO's) says he's not necessarily doing anything different in preparation for the fourth defense of his WBA title on December 1 against Four-Time and Three-Division World Champion Miguel Cotto at Madison Square Garden...