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CompuBox Stats: Cotto Landing 51% of His Power Shots

Madison Square Garden, New York City -- WBA junior middleweight champion Miguel Cotto, in retreat most of the fight, landed 51% of his power shots.  Cotto had a 148-131 edge in power shots landed, closing the already damaged right eye of Antonio Margarito.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by oneiros1313 on 12-05-2011

Lol @ the jackasses arguing Mexico vs Puerto Rico instead of the participants of the actual fight.

Comment by JoelRa79 on 12-05-2011

[QUOTE=EAAE;11517943]I would just like to say congratulations to all Margarito fans, you are now officially the second most retarded fans after pactards, now that is a serious achievement cause as you know it is very hard to out-retard a pactard…

Comment by orlandoernandez on 12-05-2011

86 punches landed on Margaritos bad eye.

Comment by EAAE on 12-04-2011

I would just like to say congratulations to all Margarito fans, you are now officially the second most retarded fans after pactards, now that is a serious achievement cause as you know it is very hard to out-retard a pactard…

Comment by edup on 12-04-2011

[QUOTE=Kannabis Kid;11517174]Miguel Cotto got the victory, but not the respect I think thats what it comes down to with the people defending Margarito. Its not about being a fanboy either lol if you think someone did you wrong and only…

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