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Sergio Martinez: Williams Perfect For Cotto or Dzinziruk

By Chris LaBate

Middleweight king Sergio Martinez is siding with Erislandy Lara. Martinez scored Saturday's fight in favor of the Cuban boxer, with a final marker of 116-111. HBO had it scored 117-111 for Lara, but the three official judges saw a different outcome, and handed Paul "The Punisher" Williams a twelve round majority decision win. The official scores were 114-114, 115-114 and 116-114.

After the fight was over, Williams challenged Martinez to a trilogy fight. Williams won a controversial majority decision over Martinez in December of 2009, which Martinez avenged with a two round knockout in their November 2010 rematch. Martinez returns in October against Darren Barker, and has other opportunities on his mind. He said Williams would be a perfect opponent for Miguel Cotto and Sergei Dzinziruk, who are both champions at 154-pounds.

"Paul is a perfect oponent for Cotto or Dzinziriuk," Martinez said.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by B.U.R.N.E.R on 07-13-2011

And would Williams not hurt Cotto? :thinking: Really?

Comment by Mikhnienko on 07-11-2011

[QUOTE=Clint650;10824186]i only say Paul has a shot against Cotto because [B]i am not convinced that Cotto is as strong as i'd like to think @ 154[/B]. Mayorga did not have the skill set to test Cotto, but there were still…

Comment by 6Bound on 07-11-2011

[QUOTE=b0ndsj0ns20;10823895]Cotto has no chance of stopping him. I didn't think so before Saturday's fight, and still don't after seeing that while PW may have lost a little he hasn't lost his chin or will to fight. Cotto fought and got…

Comment by Clint650 on 07-11-2011

i only say Paul has a shot against Cotto because i am not convinced that Cotto is as strong as i'd like to think @ 154. Mayorga did not have the skill set to test Cotto, but there were still…

Comment by GRUSTLER on 07-11-2011

I think at this point Cotto would flattened Williams just by how much Williams gets hit and Cotto can still hurt and drop a fighter AND I think even Dzinziriuk can beat him as well. Paul is done by the…

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