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Photos: Miguel Cotto Putting in Work For Trout Title Clash

Former three division world champion Miguel Cotto (37-3, 30KOs), along with his Cuban coach Pedro Diaz, is putting in work at the high altitude location of Big Bear, California. Cotto is preparing for his next fight on December 1, when he challenges undefeated Austin Trout for the WBA's "regular" title at 154-pounds. The fight takes place at New York's Madison Square Garden and televised by Showtime. Photos by Carlos Giusti/GFR Media/Primera Hora

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Cali boxer on 10-20-2012

Nothing but respect for Cotto, I know a lot of Mexicans dislike him, but you got to give it up for the guy he just goes about his business and is always in big fights. He really is the last…

Comment by ddangerous on 10-19-2012

War Cotto!

Comment by Southpawology on 10-19-2012

Diaz seems to love working his fighters outdoors for shadow boxing and mitts. WAR MIGUEL

Comment by JJC on 10-19-2012

Great photos. I think Cotto represents everything good in boxing. He's had some great wars and shown a lot of heart; he's very technically very good; he always works hard and comes in on weight; he performed well, and better…

Comment by Hidden on 10-19-2012

Those pics are pretty badass, just going out deep into the woods and training in an undisclosed area. I want to do that lol. Cotto's stamina is pretty suspect so maybe it will help him a bit. I think he'll…

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