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Video: Cotto on The Pacquiao Rematch, Trout Defense

Francisco Guzman catches up with former three division world champion Miguel Cotto to discuss the upcoming defense against WBA "regular" champion Austin Trout, why the Manny Pacquiao rematch fell apart and more.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by letsgobrady on 09-27-2012

[QUOTE=Beater_of_ass;12555466]Cotto wants Martinez at a catchweight but won't meet Manny at one... I hate that sh*t but I understand it because everyone wants their own advantage, the fight is also won in negotiations sadly. But... it does sound like this…

Comment by Beater_of_ass on 09-27-2012

Cotto wants Martinez at a catchweight but won't meet Manny at one... I hate that sh*t but I understand it because everyone wants their own advantage, the fight is also won in negotiations sadly. But... it does sound like this…

Comment by [email protected] on 09-26-2012

LMAO at the *******s saying that the weight means nothing? Bunch of ignorant nuthugging fools!!! Good for Cotto to call team Pac liers and drainers, F[I]u[/I]ck them!!! Cotto go beat Trout and then face Martinez then retire or a May…

Comment by Big_L on 09-26-2012

[QUOTE=Pacamania;12555016]Cotto will be much slower at 154 then at 150!!! Manny against Cotto at 150 will fair better for Cotto since Cotto will be faster. Manny and Cotto at 154 would be considered a cherry pic for Manny since Cotto…

Comment by Big_L on 09-26-2012

[QUOTE=Pacamania;12554999]Pac's lighting speed will be to much for Cotto to handle at 154 plus!! The catchweight would have benefited Cotto more since it would allow Cotto regain some speed then at 154. Pac turned it down at 154 because it…

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