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Luis Cruz, Abner Cotto Scheduled For Returns on April 21

By Rey Colon

Super featherweight Luis 'The Craftsman' Cruz (19-1, 15 KOs) and lightweight Abner Cotto (13-0, 5 KOs) are scheduled to return to action in separate events on April 21, and their commitments will be broadcast on Azteca America and Telefutura respectively.

Cruz will be part of a function to be presented by Top Rank. Cruz is also co-promoted by Miguel Cotto Promotions. In his first fight for Top Rank, he had a bad night and lost his unbeaten record to Mexico's Juan Carlos Burgos by majority decision.

Cotto, who returns from decision wins over Colombian Hevinson Herrera and Fernando Torroes, will headline a show being staged in the city of Caguas.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Ringlife on 03-14-2012

Good to know I ll be tuning in after I watch Mares and Moreno winning their fights on Showtime.

Comment by cotto#1p4p on 03-14-2012

Abner is an average fighter all across the board. He'll be nothing more than a gate keeper.

Comment by mpg2yahoo on 03-14-2012

Cotto's cousin is a good fighter, but he should take his time to build more experience before going after title shots. I watch his last fight and he has skills, but I can't say WOW I'M IMPRESS...yet. His record of…

Comment by jtcs1981 on 03-14-2012

Hopefully Luis learned from his mistake. Abner is another hype just waiting to be expose by stronger competition.

Comment by PRPOWERPUNCHES on 03-14-2012

[QUOTE=kiaba360;11887486]I'm gonna try and remember this date. Wouldn't mind see a Cotto in action, let's see if this one can make his way up the ladder to a title shot.[/QUOTE] Abner Cotto looks like he's the truth and I wouldn't…

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