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Old 11-25-2012, 12:07 PM #8
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Oscar couldn't make 147, he was a shell.

Cotto killed himself to make the weight, but the real issue he had was having no real trainer and coming off two brutal fights.

Marquez didn't really belong above 135, but he did very well. Going up is certainly easier than killing yourself to come down like Oscar and Cotto.
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