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Old 02-02-2013, 08:31 PM
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Originally Posted by The Weebler II View Post
If you know Miguel Cotto approach you know taking on anyone is not a problem, the guy stepped back into the ring with the man that decimated him when he didn't have to take that fight.

Bob Arum did not want Cotto to fight Mayweather back when he beat Gatti, Mayweather said as much himself. 2007 was a different story.
So you think Arum would've allowed Cotto to fight Floyd in 2007?
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