|12-09-2011, 12:15 AM||#21|
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Cotto is small, but he'd lynch Chavez Jr. So much better than Jr. So much better.
|12-09-2011, 12:23 AM||#23|
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I think Cotto beats up Jr pretty badly at this point. He's faster and much more polished looking to me. Keeps his composure very well under pressure and apparently has improved his stamina. We'll see the return of the wicked body work I imagine, which will lead to a late round stoppage of JCC Jr.
Jr just ain't on Cotto's level...
|12-09-2011, 12:29 AM||#24|
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|12-09-2011, 12:58 AM||#25|
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Anyways, I got Cotto by stoppage late.
|12-09-2011, 01:02 AM||#26|
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There would be a big size difference on fight night, don't think Chavez has the experience to beat Cotto though.
|12-09-2011, 02:26 AM||#29|
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I see Cotto by a UD predominantly and a very slight chance of Chavez by KO. But this should go the distance. Cotto is not a big puncher at Jr WW. Took a while for him to dispose of Mayorga. At 160, I think Cotto's punches will not be anywhere the sting they have at WW. Chavez is still young and relatively undamaged and has a decent chin. This scenario presumes that Cotto boxes instead of trades with Chavez.
If Cotto is delusional of his power at 160, then Chavez may increase his chance of a KO of Cotto (still small).
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