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Old 06-07-2010, 09:26 PM #20
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Originally Posted by No Ceilings View Post
I think Cotto always had the better jab between the two. I would also say that JMM isnt too far ahead of Cotto in the timing department. JMM neutralized Pacs speed. Cotto neutralized Mosley and Judahs speed. I think they are very close. I can see someone going either way.
Marquez has a very good jab but Cotto's jab is elite. And I think speed may be too close to call. Both are excellent at timing opponents. But Marquez is a better boxer, much more cerebral, has better stamina and takes a better punch.
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