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 Last update:  5/6/2012       Read more by CompuBox         
   
CompuBox Stats: Cotto's Drive Drops Floyd's Connects
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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.

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Tags: Floyd Mayweather Jr. , Miguel Cotto , Mayweather-Cotto , Mayweather vs Cotto


 

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comment by Japanese Boxing, on 05-09-2012
[QUOTE=Reloaded]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 toe and does and then they still rubbish him , haters hate no matter what the result .[/QUOTE] ...

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 job, but I be damned if y'all NO BOXING KNOWLEDGE JACK ASSES think...

comment by letsgobrady, on 05-08-2012
[QUOTE=Uns]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 not get hit' and now thy change it to Floyd chose to. Lmfao at how they change their motto ...

comment by letsgobrady, on 05-08-2012
[QUOTE=streetwaves]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 many people can but floyd can

comment by Casual_Fan, on 05-08-2012
[QUOTE=streetwaves]I'd probably have no problem with a Mayweather-Cotto rematch. Can't say I believe it will happen, though. Maybe if Cotto had won a couple more rounds.[/QUOTE] Cotto eternally underrated. Ring magazine won't even rate him P4P.

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