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Photos: Miguel Cotto Belted By The World Boxing Council

Earlier this month, at New York's Madison Square Garden, Miguel Cotto made history by becoming the first fighter from Puerto Rico to win four world titles in four weight divisions when he stopped division ruler Sergio Martinez to capture the WBC middleweight championship. An official ceremony was held with the World Boxing Council, where President Mauricio Sulaiman officially presented the Puerto Rican star with a brand new world title belt.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by PR ESQ. on 06-26-2014

[QUOTE=jri9d0;14699127]I love your gif..:beerchug:[/QUOTE] love your's as well...saludos!

Comment by jri9d0 on 06-26-2014

[QUOTE=PR ESQ.;14699019]Congrats. Now defend v. GGG[/QUOTE] I love your gif..:beerchug:

Comment by El Verdugo on 06-26-2014

[IMG]http://www.boxingscene.com/uploads/79268/miguel%20cotto%20(9).JPG[/IMG] The little Championship belt that Sulaiman is holding belongs to Cotto's balz sack! Litteraly, biggest balz in Boxing!!!

Comment by El Verdugo on 06-26-2014

[QUOTE=drenlou;14697907]I agree with you 100%!! None are as technically skilled as cotto... but rasario, carlos ortiz and camacho are honorable mentions on this debate as well![/QUOTE] El Chapo Rosario was a fuking beast! I loved him, too bad he was…

Comment by El Verdugo on 06-26-2014

[QUOTE=oc9979;14697845]I have not seen Cotto with The Ring belt yet.[/QUOTE] This. Has it been presented? Congrats to Miguel! A true modern legend. Guy comes to fight, got to love his boxer-puncher style!

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