The organizers of the announced exhibition fight, between four division champions Miguel Cotto of Puerto Rico and Juan Manuel Marquez of Mexico, have yet to finalize a concrete date for the event.

At the moment, the fight is now being targeted for the month of October, according to Carlos Gonzalez.

Originally, the event was going to take place on June 12.

However, the card was postponed because of the abundance of high profile events which were already scheduled for that month.

And the of July and August were also loaded with numerous cards. On July 9 Zurdo Ramirez will face Sullivan Barrera; on July 17 Jermell Charlo vs. Brian Castano; on July 24 Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder. And, there will also be the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

And during August, Guillermo Rigondeaux will fight against Joel Casimero, Teófimo Lopez hoes against George Kambosos and, in addition, Manny Pacquiao will face Errol Spence Jr.

Cotto, 40, closed the book on his in-ring career in December 2017 when he lost a twelve round decision to Saddam Ali. Since then, he has focused his efforts on various business projects and his promotional company, Miguel Cotto Promotions. Marquez, 47, has not fought since May of 2014.

Several years ago, the two boxers were actually involved in serious discussions to fight each other, when both were still active - but they were unable to reach an agreement on the weight. Marquez was not willing to fight beyond the welterweight limit of 147, while Cotto was unable to drop down below a weight limit of 150-pounds.