Advertisement
Advertisement

Cotto: Margarito Bout is Speculation, Until We Get a Deal

By Jhonny Gonzalez

WBA junior middleweight champion Miguel Cotto says there is nothing to discuss in relation to a possible rematch with Antonio Margarito on December 3 at New York's Madison Square Garden. Margarito gave Cotto his first professional loss with a TKO in eleven in 2008. Cotto doesn't expect anything to take place until he sits down with his promoter, Top Rank, and reviews the terms for the rematch, and the two sides reach an agreement. Top Rank has set aside December 3 for the rematch and Margarito has verbally agreed to the fight.

"Until we have a direct conversation with the promoter, we don't know anything. I can speculate and say what's being said in the press, but personally, I have not had any communication with Top Rank, so there is nothing concrete yet," said Cotto to Jose Gordian. "We are still waiting to find out the next move for my career, and until that occurs, we can not discuss anything."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by quique24 on 06-17-2011

[QUOTE=15 Rounds;10704849]Cotto should fight Marg if anyone beat my ass like that & thought he use illegal substance then i would avenge my loss. Losing respect for Cotto though he shouldve fight Martinez instead of Mayorga now he wants ChavezJr…

Comment by mrdogtown1975 on 06-17-2011

[QUOTE=El Talegon;10702320]Cotto sounds scared.. why was he talking all that about Chavez jr when nothing was legit, it was just talk like the Margarito fight. Cotto ur scared of ur worst nightmare. affraid to loose the belt to a mexican..…

Comment by Hyper Knuckles on 06-17-2011

Your face is shook... you look like an open ass hole...

Comment by ronnie_N. on 06-17-2011

[QUOTE=mex602;10705289]Your an ass clown idiot[/QUOTE] cotto is still shook... same outcome if they rematch...

Comment by mex602 on 06-17-2011

[QUOTE=ronnie_N.;10704884]cotto is still shook... same outcome if they rematch...[/QUOTE] Your an ass clown idiot

Post a Comment - View More User Comments (51)
Top Headlines Canelo's Trainer Wants Him To Knock Liam Smith Out Vide: Jose Ramirez on Crawford's Performance, Ring Return WBC Prez Feels Crawford Could Be Another Floyd Mayweather Video: Oscar Valdez on His Big World Title Win Video: Lenny Zappavigna on His Knockout Win of Ik Yang Video: Jessie Vargas Talks Crawford, Benavidez, More Donaire Prepares For Mandatory Defense With Magdaleno Valdez Has No Problem With REVENGE Fight With Lomachenko Video: Gilberto Ramirez Talks Crawford vs. Postol, More Crawford: Postol Did NOT Want To Fight or Exchange, He Ran Video: Viktor Postol Explains His Defeat To Terence Crawford Ryota Murata Wants Billy Joe Saunders Title Shot Delvin Rodriguez Gets Close Decision Over Shawn Cameron Tim Bradley on Amir Khan's MMA Move - "He's a Clown!" Video: Terence Crawford Talks Postol Victory, Strategy, More Roach: Crawford's Speed Was Too Much, We Needed a KO Jessie Vargas, Jose Benavidez Trade Words - Fight Looming? Brandon Figueroa Admits Sluggish Performance, Plans Brief Rest Video: Nonito Doniare on Pacquiao-Crawford, Postol, More Video: Sulaiman on Crawford, Amir Khan, Chocolatito, Wilder Video: Tim Bradley on Pacquiao-Crawford, Coming Back, More Marcos Maidana Noncommittal on Ring Return Photos: Oscar Valdez Demolishes Rueda For First World Title Oleksandr Gvozdyk vs. Joe Smith Jr. WBC Eliminator in Play Photos: Crawford Dominates Postol To Unify - HUGE Gallery Postol: I Tried To Make an Exciting Fight, Crawford Was Running Anthony Mundine vs. Danny Green Rematch Inching Closer Photos: Marcos Maidana Resurfaces in The United States Crawford: Yuriorkis Gamboa is Still The Toughest Fight I've Had Terence Crawford: Manny Pacquiao Must Fight Me at 140! Roach Likes The Idea of Pacquiao vs. Crawford, at 140-Pounds Crawford Trainer: We Weren't on Roach's Level? Freddie Who? Crawford: I Hurt Postol With Every Solid Shot That Connected Terence Crawford Drops, Dominates Postol To Unify Titles Crawford vs. Postol LIVE BoxingScene Scorecard Oscar Valdez Crushes Rueda in Two, Wins WBO Title Jose Benavidez Decisions Francisco Santana in Bruising Bout Gvozdyk Gets Off The Floor To Stop Karpency in Six Maidana Breaks Down Maysonet In Six Rounds Ryota Murata Demolishes Comanche Boy in One Round
Advertisement

Latest Active Forum Threads
Advertisement
Advertisement