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Miguel Cotto is Not Sure if He Will Continue With Diaz

By "Mr. Boxing" Giancarlo Oquendo

Former three division world champion Miguel Cotto is still not sure if he will continue his relationship with Cuban coach Pedro Diaz for a planned return in the fall.
 
"I have no idea" Cotto express to Carlos Narvaez. "He's in Miami. It is something that we will study, we will discuss and decide."
 
Cotto has a record of 1 win and 2 losses under the tutelage of Diaz. Their 2 losses took place in a consecutive manner, against Floyd Mayweather Jr. last May and then to Austin Trout last December.
 
Cotto plans to return to the ring between the months of October and November. In addition, he rules out the possibility of being the opponent for WBC 154-pound champion Saul "Canelo" Alvarez on May 4th.

Giancarlo Oquendo is a TV boxing analyst for the PRTV/PR Network and WQBN 1160am. Follow him on Twitter @ mrboxingtab

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Da Boxer on 02-11-2013

[QUOTE=AnimalisticMeth;13022551]Diaz is a good coach and imo Cotto should keep him but after 2 L I doubt Cotto will pay ang attention to him or even get motivated so he is probably betger of listening to a new voice.[/QUOTE] Very…

Comment by AnimalisticMeth on 02-11-2013

Diaz is a good coach and imo Cotto should keep him but after 2 L I doubt Cotto will pay ang attention to him or even get motivated so he is probably betger of listening to a new voice.

Comment by ralph22 on 02-11-2013

pedro diaz was the worst option even worst than santiago

Comment by Hyper Knuckles on 02-11-2013

I wanna see him work with Floyd Mayweather Sr. Seriously. Remember when Oscar collaborated with Sr for the Mayorga fight, he introduced the right cross into his arsenal and picked up the philly shell along the way. Miguel's used a…

Comment by Fighting_Pride on 02-10-2013

one thing i hate more than a fighter that can't accept defeat is when they blame that defeat on their trainers. cotto doesn't realize he himself is the problem

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