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Photos: Jose Miguel Cotto vs. Eric Cruz Final Presser

Ready and prepared: firmly stated world class veteran Jose Miguel Cotto (32-3-1,24 Ko's), who is making his return this Saturday, April 21st in Boxeo Boricua in Caguas: Under Fire, and will face hard-hitting Eric Cruz (15-8-3,15 KO's) in a 10-round bout. After months of inactivity, Jose resumed his promising career and moved to Buffalo, New York, to complete his preparation.

"I feel really good. I’ve been training for months and I am ready to surprise with my performance. I still have things to do in boxing, and I have a renewed desire to be world champion”, José stated. The clash "Cotto vs. Cruz" will be the headliner of the TV series "Solo Boxeo Tecate" which airs on Univision’s Telefutura.

"My brother Jose is in great condition I see him ready and particularily motivated. This fight with Eric Cruz will be very exciting”, said Super Welterweight champion and co-promoter of the event Miguel Cotto.

Also in action the puertorrican sensation and Ko Artist Jeffrey Fontánez (5-0 ,5KO’s). Boxeo Boricua in Caguas: Under Fire will be at the Roger Mendoza Coliseum in Caguas, in a co-promotion between Oscar de la Hoya’s Golden Boy Promotions and Miguel Cotto Promotions. Tickets are available on www.tcpr.com . Prices: $25, $15, $10. For more information log on to promocionesmiguelcotto.com.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by NormC on 04-20-2012

[QUOTE=Corelone;12021430]Cruz looks tall, that may be a problem. On paper, Cotto has beaten better fighters than the ones that have beat Cruz and Cruz is moving up for this fight. This time the numbers favor Jose, but I will give…

Comment by NormC on 04-20-2012

[QUOTE=respinos;12022789]Jose Miguel, big looser. Stop using your brother's name, try to shine by yourself, Jose! It might be too late, though.[/QUOTE] Explain to the world how he is using his brother name??? Should he change his birth given name in…

Comment by respinos on 04-20-2012

Jose Miguel, big looser. Stop using your brother's name, try to shine by yourself, Jose! It might be too late, though.

Comment by Corelone on 04-19-2012

Cruz looks tall, that may be a problem. On paper, Cotto has beaten better fighters than the ones that have beat Cruz and Cruz is moving up for this fight. This time the numbers favor Jose, but I will give…

Comment by NormC on 04-19-2012

He looks to be in great shape...War Cotto

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