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Photos: Miguel Cotto Working Hard For Trout Showdown

Text By Ryan Burton, Photos by Damián "Zafa" Ferrer

Three division world champion Miguel Cotto (37-3, 30KOs) has finished up the Puerto Rico portion of his training camp and leaves for the high altitude of Big Bear, California tomorrow.

Big Bear will serve as the second installment of Cotto's training camp for his December 1st fight against WBA super welterweight champion Austin Trout. The fight will be televised by Showtime.

As previously reported on BoxingScene, Cotto's trainer Pedro Diaz wants the Puerto Rican to improve his stamina by holding part of his training camp in a high altitude setting. After training in Big Bear Cotto will finish up his training camp in Florida.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Tobi.G on 10-06-2012

Cotto and Miguel Diaz is a great fit. Cotto will beat Trout.

Comment by elfag on 10-06-2012

Cotto made like $10 million this year already and hes still using that busted ass camera he got from big lots for $29.99

Comment by REDRUM619 on 10-06-2012

man could they have took ****tier pictures???? you would think they would get at the least a couple of good pictures

Comment by Unknown Champ on 10-06-2012

[quote=LaBéstia;12581484]Cotoo sucks! I hope he loses... Actually I hope he wins... But only if he fights Canelo after.. That way he can retire with the same type of beating Margacheato gave him...[/quote] Haha Cotto whooped Margs cheatin a$$, Trout and…

Comment by LaBéstia on 10-05-2012

Cotoo sucks! I hope he loses... Actually I hope he wins... But only if he fights Canelo after.. That way he can retire with the same type of beating Margacheato gave him...

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