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Cotto vs Margarito Information To Watch PPV Online

NEW YORK – Top Rank announced today that the December 3 Miguel Cotto vs. Antonio Margarito II world super welterweight championship rematch event at The Mecca of Boxing, Madison Square Garden will be available live on both pay-per-view television and online.  The four-bout pay-per-view card, produced and distributed live online by Top Rank for $54.95, will boast interactive features unique to the digital platform through NeuLion’s technology. The enhanced and unique viewing offers a four-shot, multi-angle dynamic player that will allow viewers to interact and feel an enriched experience. The live online pay-per-view is exclusive to U.S. viewers.

The following websites will be offering the Cotto vs. Margarito II four-bout pay-per-view live stream: www.toprank.tv , www.DishNetwork.com and www.sports.yahoo.com . Select cable and satellite TV systems will also be offering the pay-per-view live stream. Viewers should check with their local providers.

Cotto will defend his World Boxing Association (WBA) super welterweight title in this high-tension showdown against Margarito, Saturday, December 3, at “The Mecca of Boxing,” Madison Square Garden. With less than 200 tickets remaining, Cotto-Margarito II is projected to sellout in advance of fight night. Cotto has sold more tickets to The Garden in this millennium than any other fighter.

Promoted by Top Rank, in association with Cotto Promotions, Tornado Promotions, AT&T, Tecate and Madison Square Garden, Cotto-Margarito II will be produced and distributed Live on Pay-Per-View, beginning at 9 p.m. ET / 6 p.m. PT.

The previous encounter between Cotto and Margarito took place on July 26, 2008 and was a battle of epic proportion and arguably the Fight of the Year. Cotto and Margarito boast a combined record of 74-9 (56 KOs) – a winning percentage of 89% and a victory by knockout ratio of 76% -- not to mention seven world titles between them.

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Remaining tickets to Cotto-Margarito II, priced at $600, $400, $300, $200, $100, and $50, can be purchased at the Madison Square Garden box office, online at www.thegarden.com and all Ticketmaster outlets, which charges an additional fee.

For Cotto-Margarito II fight week updates, log on to www.toprank.com .

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by debobrown on 12-01-2011

lol who pays for ppv these days haven't paid for one in 3 years used to pay all the time when boxing steps up its game id consider it but when stuff like b hop dawson happens u say to…

Comment by Visceral on 12-01-2011

Im guessing these online options are the top rank production and not the hbo show. The top rank commentators are horrible.

Comment by JoelRa79 on 12-01-2011

Just read that movie theatres in PR will be playing it for $12 a ticket and they WILL BE SELLING BEER, hahaha dont know if thats cool or.just.fkd up!! PR Lo hace mejor...

Comment by JoelRa79 on 12-01-2011

Why people b#tch so much about ppv, theyve benn $50+ since I can remember. Just get some peeps together and have everyone chip in, thats what I do, someone pays the ppv, another brings the.beer and another the food. If…

Comment by RSBonos on 12-01-2011

Top to bottom this is as good as a PPV can get and PPVs are here to stay.

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