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Old 12-03-2012, 10:17 AM #9
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Originally Posted by MANIAC310 View Post
He reminds me of Mayorga. He got a couple good wins and then lost and took beatings from every world class fighter he faced, but hey we still love watching him.
MANIAC you know your **** I respect your assessment in fighters and fight outcomes. I can speak to this Maniac, the one with an opinion and not just trolling threads saying extreme off the wall things. Cotto may not be a likeable guy to the audience but he's been in wars. I gotta give respect to any man who has fought as hard as he has.

PS When I first saw him fight years ago, I knew his style wasn't going to last long. He's a brawler but a decent boxer only when he wants to be.
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