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 Last update:  1/22/2014       Read more by Ben Jacobs         
   
Sergio Martinez and Gabriel Sarmiento Will Reunite
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By Ben Jacobs

Sources close to the information have informed BoxingScene that Gabriel Sarmiento will once again work with Sergio Martinez (51-2-2, 28KOs) for his next fight, possibly against Miguel Cotto (38-4, 31KOs) on June 7th at New York's Madison Square Garden.

Martínez will still be trained by Gabriel’s brother, Pablo, however the man who guided ‘Maravilla’ to the world title will be working alongside him.

Gabriel trained Martinez for much of his career, but ran into some legal issues that landed him in jail. He was released last year and reconciled with his brother and Martinez.

It is understood he will also help to prepare IBF super bantamweight champion Kiko Martínez in the next defence of his title against Hozumi Hasegawa of Japan.

Tags: Sergio Martinez , Miguel Cotto , Cotto-Martinez , Cotto vs. Martinez



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comment by DoktorSleepless, on 01-23-2014
[QUOTE=thatdudespits]Cotto's opponents also threw a ton more.... more agressive fighters ... and they still landed at very low percentages... so Cottos opponents threw a lot more and still landed at a lower percentage... tells me he can handle pressure... fail to see your point... and why only us...

comment by Black Barty, on 01-23-2014
[QUOTE=thatdudespits]Cotto also fought Clottey with one eye and was trained by the team nutrionist. Your using dramatic examples... Donaire didnt come to fight he came to counterpunch a counter puncher.... in the fights we were discussing... percentage is relevant.[/QUOTE] And Martinez...

comment by thatdudespits, on 01-23-2014
[QUOTE=Black Barty]You are right about the Marg fight, my bad. How about Clottey and the 222 punches he landed instead? :D And I initially only wanted to include fights that lasted the distance, but I realized there were only two for Martinez, and I wanted to make it three for each fighter. I ...

comment by Black Barty, on 01-23-2014
[QUOTE=thatdudespits]Cotto's opponents also threw a ton more.... more agressive fighters ... and they still landed at very low percentages... so Cottos opponents threw a lot more and still landed at a lower percentage... tells me he can handle pressure... fail to see your point... and why only us...

comment by thatdudespits, on 01-23-2014
[QUOTE=Black Barty]Compubox stats? Seriously? Then let me answer in kind. Let's only count the fights that lasted at least 11 rounds. Murray landed 160 punches. Macklin landed 104 punches (11 rounds) Chavez landed 178 punches. Margarito landed 157 punches. Mayweather landed 179 punche...

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