Miguel Cotto Passed on 12/13 Return, Back in 2015

By Edward Chaykovsky

WBC middleweight champion Miguel Cotto (39-4, 32KOs) will not fight again in 2014. The four division champion saw action once this year, when he made history in the month of June by stopping Sergio Martinez to capture the middleweight crown and becoming the first Puerto Rican boxer to win four world titles in four weight divisions.

Cotto was being positioned for a return on December 13th, on HBO, from New York's Madison Square Garden, but he announced to his social networks that he won't return in December and is gearing up for a fight in the first quarter of 2015.

Cotto wrote: Fans I wanted to share with you all that my return to the ring will be in early 2015!!. Thank you for the amazing support. #WarCotto"

Promoters want to make a Cotto-Canelo encounter in May of 2015, which depending on when Cotto plans to return is going to leave a very short window between two fights.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Don Pichardo on 09-04-2014

[QUOTE=Death_Adder;14910551]Nobody can seem to answer this, so I'll ask yet again. Why do people keep saying Cotto/Mayweather II is going to happen, when Cotto is contracted with Arum? Is Mayweather suddenly going to deal with Arum after he kept going…

Comment by Don Pichardo on 09-04-2014

[QUOTE=Beater_of_ass;14910441]He said early next year, early is not May and who is to say he even fights on Cinco de Mayo if Mayweather does end up fighting Floyd? Maybe they make the fight the weekend of the PR parade in…

Comment by Don Pichardo on 09-04-2014

[QUOTE=batista84;14909883]I'm not liking this, u know why? because if Canelo vs Cotto happens on May 2015, then Miguel would be taking almost a year of inactivity, say what you want but unless you Floyd Mayweather inactivity is gonna pay you…

Comment by jcj0427 on 09-04-2014

If what Todd DeBeouf is saying is true, that Cotto is looking towards late Feb early March to return, then Canelo in May is def outta the picture. You people are fooling yourselves if you think if Cotto is gonna…

Comment by BlakBread904 on 09-04-2014

i think it's hilarious when the Floyd fans get personal when someone disses their guy. like chepe009.

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