Floyd Mayweather Jr. outlanded the determined Miguel Cotto 29-11 in the last two rounds. It wasn't easy for Mayweather though, he landed just 26% of his total punches after landing 46% in his previous nine fights.
CompuBox Stats: Cotto's Drive Drops Floyd's Connects
[QUOTE=Reloaded;12089319]Why do you fools deny your own eyes , on the outside Floyd wasnt touched , guy gets called a runner his whole career because nobody can lay a glove on him , he says he will stand toe to…Comment by ANT_P1989 on 05-08-2012
Floyd could have EASILY kept Miguel on the TAIL END of his punches and out-boxed him. I actually enjoy Floyd's pot-shotting, dominating, make you look Amateur style. That's what The Sweet Science is all about. Cotto did do a great…Comment by letsgobrady on 05-08-2012
[QUOTE=Uns;12093773]I find it odd people are saying Floyd chose to stand toe to toe? Cotto man handled him quite a bit and also hit him a lot which tires you out. Floyd and the floyd fans always said 'hit and…Comment by letsgobrady on 05-08-2012
[QUOTE=streetwaves;12089325]Sorry, I can't believe that a guy with a perfect record who undeniably wants to keep it would willingly fight the other guy's fight.[/QUOTE] when you can win no matter how you fight you can do things like that not…Comment by Casual_Fan on 05-08-2012
[QUOTE=streetwaves;12101845]I'd probably have no problem with a Mayweather-Cotto rematch. Can't say I believe it will happen, though. [B]Maybe if Cotto had won a couple more rounds.[/B][/QUOTE] Cotto eternally underrated. Ring magazine won't even rate him P4P.Post a Comment - View More User Comments (90)