|12-20-2012, 11:15 PM||#51|
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|12-20-2012, 11:22 PM||#54|
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Cotto. I still think it's a damn good fight, both guys have a symettry about them. If Miguel loses it's a changing of the guard and Canelo is enhanced by the experience of beating a tough vet, the atmosphere of fighting on a world stage.
Cotto's earned his stripes, we all know that. If he goes out there and proves his critics wrong it lines him up for another shot at Pacquiao(I think 150 is fair), Trout 2, or even Martinez. I firmly believe 147 is his true stomping grounds... as a junior middleweight he gives up too much speed and power. He can hold it down against certain champs but he's really shooting himself in the foot contending with the other giants that roam that division. If nothing else, Trouts dimensions/proportions made the fight an uphill battle for Cotto.
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