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 Last update:  3/21/2014       Read more by Elisinio Castillo         
   
Sergio Martinez: Miguel Cotto Fight Will Be a Slaughter
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By Elisinio Castillo

WBC middleweight champion Sergio Martinez (51-2-2, 28KOs) is coming for blood on June 7th, when he defends his title against former three division champ Miguel Cotto (38-4, 31KOs) at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

Cotto's trainer has been doing a lot of talking, calling Martinez a "soccer player" and saying the Argentine star is "not a great fighter."

"It will be a slaughter," Martinez promised. "I will win by knockout before the ninth round."

Martinez also said Cotto will end up in the "fourth row" among the spectators.

After dealing with numerous injuries, Martinez feels "in perfect condition" for the fight and doesn't have pain in his right knee.

Cotto, a small fighter at 154, is moving up to middleweight for Martinez, but the champion considers the Puerto Rican boxer to be "a dangerous" fighter.

Martinez, at 39-years-old, is not thinking about retirement. He is "motivated" to get in the ring but says he always evaluates his future "with his team after every fight."

The last time Roach was boasting about a fighter, Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., Martinez punished the Mexican boxer for eleven rounds, before getting hurt in the twelfth and final round.

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


 

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comment by SERVILEV, on 03-22-2014
[QUOTE=TLC8]First of all Sergio doesn't get past a relentless Cotto. They better hope Sergio OR Cotto never get in front of GGG. Curtis Stevens was everyone's killer. He was coming down from '68 to clean house at '60, knocking out two or three tomato cans in a row at '60. It didn't matter, the bl...

comment by TLC8, on 03-22-2014
[QUOTE=moonshineman]I like Cotto, but I like Sergio better in this fight. Sergio is hungrier.[/QUOTE] He's hungrier? Did you check with Cotto to see if he's hungry or not? You seem to be in the know. Idiot.

comment by DONDIisBack, on 03-21-2014
An alligator is vicious and so is a lion. But if you take a lion and put it into the water the advantage goes to the alligator. Put the alligator on land and the lion has the advantage. Cotto is going into Sergio's territory.

comment by Da Boxer, on 03-21-2014
[QUOTE=Da Boxer]Bailarina knows whats up. he needs the bs talk to get some courage. King Cotto is a fugging warrior who does his talk on the ring! Comes Jun 7 King Cotto will take the MW Championship away from Bailarina! War King Cotto! #GuerraMiguel Posted from Boxingscene.com App ...

comment by Da Boxer, on 03-21-2014
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