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Old 01-06-2013, 10:55 PM #1
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Default Did Cotto have the right game plan for Trout? Consecutive Hooks?

Andre Ward showed the world how to deal with a tall southpaw. Straight right hand to the chest and body, left hook up stairs. Built over the first 3 rounds.

Team Cotto a month later were trying to land a right hook to the body and come back with a left hook against a fighter with good eyes.

Was that a smart game plan or is Trout that good?

Personally I think Cotto should have beat trout easy
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