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 Last update:  6/30/2014       Read more by Miguel Rivera         
   
Cotto's Adviser Does Not Expect Bradley Due To Weight
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By Miguel Rivera

Gaby Peñagarícano, the legal adviser to WBC middleweight champion Miguel Cotto, does not expect his fighter to face Timothy Bradley in December - mostly due to the weight issue. There have been no conversations at the moment, says Peñagarícano, but the potential match has been mentioned by Top Rank's CEO Bob Arum. 

Peñagarícano is also the legal adviser to Bradley and he doesn't see the boxer making a decision to fight above 147-pounds, at least right now, and he certainly doesn't see Cotto fighting at a catch-weight below 154-pounds.

"Nobody has approached us to discuss Timothy Bradley. I know what Bob has stated, but we have not spoken with him about it or with [Top Rank President] Todd DuBoef. The truth is, we have not even discussed that. I don't know if that fight makes sense. I do not see Timothy fighting above 147-pounds and there is even [less of a chance] that Cotto will fight below 154-pounds," Peñagarícano told Carlos Narvaez.

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comment by Ringlife, on 07-01-2014
I would like to see this fight to bad it's not happening.

comment by Hougigo, on 07-01-2014
[QUOTE=nycsmooth]Cotto vs Quillin would b an MSG natural, then Alvarez next year....Cotto needs a $$ bout as I don't believe he got what was written on the amount he was supposed 2 get...still , after expenses, NYC City, state & fed taxes, not much left, & if he took PR tax instead of US, they ha...

comment by Hougigo, on 07-01-2014
But it was my dream to see a WW and a JMW fight for the lineal title.... awww shucks

comment by jjosue7, on 07-01-2014
RETARD CANELO IS GARBAGE HE GOT ROCKED AND ALMOST KNOCKED OUT BY COTTO BROTHER LMAO AND COTTO IS NOT DUCKING CANELO THAT *** HAS TO WORRY ABOUT LARA FIRST CUZ LARA IS GOING TO BEAT THAT BEAN BURRITO DOWN THEN WHAT EXCUSE ARE YOU GOINGTO MAKE? COTTO CHASED HISTORY WITH MARTINEZ WHILE EVERYONE DOUB...

comment by PRPOWERPUNCHES, on 07-01-2014
[QUOTE=Toltec77]Mojon!!!! I can tell that your a Shi!! stain in the making. Your boy Cotto turned down 10 million dollars to fight Canelo but he fought a shot Martinez for an easy win and I for one know he didn't make no ten million from the Martinez fight. Now Cotto and his team are talking that...

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