Found February 01, 2012 on Sports Illustrated:
PLAYERS: Miguel Cotto
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LAS VEGAS (AP) --Nevada authorities are granting Floyd Mayweather a one-fight license to take on Miguel Cotto in a Cinco de Mayo matchup.
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