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Dan Rafael of ESPN.com reported earlier that WBC world welterweight champion “Pretty Boy” Floyd Mayweather was battling a left hand injury and slight cold when he courageously defeated powerful Puerto Rican icon Miguel Cotto by unanimous decision to gain the … Continue reading →
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A Confident Cotto Performed to His Best Against Floyd Mayweather
In 2009, when Miguel Cotto stepped into the ring to face a then pre-deity level Manny Pacquiao, it was as a man in the midst of a surprisingly turbulent time in his professional career. Coming off of the high of major victories over Zab Judah and Shane Moseley in 2006, and the devastating low surrounding his controversial...
HBO Sports is reporting that the May 5 junior middleweight title fight between Floyd Mayweather and Miguel Cotto at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas sold 1.5 million pay-per-view buys and generated $94 million in pay-per-view revenue.
The event was presented by Golden Boy Promotions, Mayweather Promotions, and Miguel Cotto Promotions, in association with HBO Sports and the...
Shortly after his bout with Miguel Cotto last Saturday, Floyd Mayweather Jr. addressed a small throng of reporters before leaving to celebrate his victory. Mayweather was asked some of the typical questions you might here at a scrum such as “what you feel about the fight,” “will you fight Manny Pacquiao next,” but what was [...]
Floyd Mayweather, Jr. kept his boxing record free of any losses after beating Miguel Cotto this past weekend at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Of course, that particular match cannot be talked about without mentioning another boxer most commonly referred to as Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao. There are two sides of the story and most recently, the fans have been graciously presented...
That is some weird entourage Floyd Mayweather had over the weekend: a pop star beloved by tweens (Lil Wa... oops, I mean Justin Bieber), a pair of rappers (Lil Wayne, 50 Cent) and a refugee who couldn't pursue a professional boxing career in Cuba turned promotional refugee who cannot pursue a professional boxing career in America (Yuriorkis Gamboa). I wonder what they talked...
by Jorge Alarcon-Swaby On May 5th, as Floyd Maywather Jr accomplished a dominating performance over Miguel Cotto at MGM Grand in Las Vegas, his biggest rival in the sport of boxing, Congressman Manny Pacquiao arrived in Los Angeles from the Philippines. Team Pacquiao will resume training in the familiar and famous Wild Card Boxing Gym [...]
The undefeated 35-year-old boxing champ said late Saturday said he’s leaning “80-20″ toward retirement. “If it was my last fight, I gave them a bang,” Mayweather (43-0) said after his unanimous-decision (118-110, 117-111, 117-111) triumph over Puerto Rico’s Miguel Cotto (37-3) at MGM Grand.
I guess we’re never going to see him fight Manny Pacquaio. Oh well. Over/Under...