Originally Posted by onetwopunch
Its good that he got a boost from the loss to PBF, alot of people were counting him out, and talkiing how PBF would blow him out "like Gatti" and KO him late, and it turned out to be a competitive fight, which I thought he won 5 rds, and argument can be made for 4rds but he did win rounds and had his moments againts the best p4p fighter in the world and thats great for him and boxing.
He did very well, and given the calibre of opponent it was a bigger boost to his legacy than many of his victories. When people discuss his merit years from now, his supporters will always be able to say that he gave Floyd Mayweather one of the very toughest fights of his career.
Pedro Diaz definitely deserves a lot of credit. He seems to have a real obsession with footwork, half the videos I see of Cotto's training these days features Diaz constantly pointing to his feet.