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 Last update:  10/28/2011       Read more by Jhonny Gonzalez         
   
Steward: Without a Doubt, Cotto Will Beat Margarito
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By Jhonny Gonzalez

Veteran trainer Emanuel Steward expects WBA junior middleweight champion Miguel Cotto to avenge his first career loss on December 3rd at New York's Madison Square Garden. Cotto faces Antonio Margarito of Mexico in a long awaited rematch. Margarito stopped Cotto in eleven rounds in 2008. Until recently, Steward was the head trainer of Cotto, but a scheduling conflict forced the Puerto Rican boxer to replace him with Cuba's Pedro Luis Diaz.

"Cotto should win without a doubt. He is much better fighter than Margarito in all facets, and he's taken much better care of himself in the past two years. Cotto has not received the punishment that Margarito has in the past two years. He is also stronger and he will benefit from having the support of the Puerto Rican fans in New York," Steward told Ray Alazaga.

Steward would have loved to train Cotto for this grudge match.

"That is a moment that I dreamed about, being being inside the ring to celebrate [the win over Margarito] with Miguel. My mission has always been to be part of his rebirth as a fighter, but it won't happen. The Puerto Rican fans are the best in boxing and that moment [when he beats Margarito] is going to be great."

Tags: Emanuel Steward , Antonio Margarito , Cotto vs Margarito , Cotto-Margarito


 

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comment by Da Boxer, on 10-31-2011
It will be war and Cotto will come out victorious :boxing: ! Late TKO/KO or wide UD. Its going to be an all out war folks, no doub!

comment by PRking718, on 10-29-2011
[QUOTE=newcastleking]i like em both but i think margaritos one of those kind of guys who arent afraid of blood, violence and punishment. maybe pac did take it easy at the end of their fight, but tony wanted pacs all.. as for cotto he seems to not like getting hit at all or cut at all, it scares h...

comment by newcastleking, on 10-29-2011
i like em both but i think margaritos one of those kind of guys who arent afraid of blood, violence and punishment. maybe pac did take it easy at the end of their fight, but tony wanted pacs all.. as for cotto he seems to not like getting hit at all or cut at all, it scares him.

comment by ogh, on 10-29-2011
it will be a war

comment by v.cassiusali@ya, on 10-29-2011
plasterito is nothing without cast...to prove that is just a matter of time..

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