Photos: Miguel Cotto in Beast Mode For Sergio Martinez
By Joel Colon
Former three division world champion Miguel Cotto (38-4, 31KOs) is putting in hard work at the Top Rank Gym in Las Vegas. Cotto, training with Hall of Fame coach Freddie Roach, will challenge WBC middleweight champion Sergio Martinez (51-2-2, 28KOs) in the main event of an HBO Pay-Per-View event on June 7th at New York's Madison Square Garden. Cotto, who won titles at 140, 147 and 154 - will attempt to become the first boxer from Puerto Rico to win four world titles in four weight divisions.
[QUOTE=PRPOWERPUNCHES;14415440]I'm tried of your sh1t.. :rofl: Bet 40 Million Martinez doesn't KO Cotto big mouth... Sig it fool.. PRPP :439:[/QUOTE] War Cotto!!!!Comment by GRUSTLER on 04-12-2014
[QUOTE=PRPOWERPUNCHES;14415440]I'm tried of your sh1t.. :rofl: Bet 40 Million Martinez doesn't KO Cotto big mouth... Sig it fool.. PRPP :439:[/QUOTE] It's on. Sigging it in a few.Comment by PRPOWERPUNCHES on 04-11-2014
[QUOTE=GRUSTLER;14415376]In that regards Cotto is far more shot than Martinez considering the type of beat downs and punishment he went through. Martinez is a good conditioned and athletic boxer. Cotto doesn't even stand a chance against the top 154lb and…Comment by GRUSTLER on 04-11-2014
[QUOTE=Stark777;14415240]He is 40 years old and has been inactive, unable to even run, for 18 months. I say there is a strong possibility of him being shot. And I am sure Cotto thinks like me, otherwise he would have never…Comment by Stark777 on 04-11-2014
[QUOTE=GRUSTLER;14414766]I feel and think people are so naive. Martinez put on a boxing clinic against Chavez Jr and in his fight after had trouble with Murray. All of sudden Martinez is shot? Dude had a bad night and was fighting…Post a Comment/View More User Comments (89)