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Photos: Sergio Martinez Putting in Work For Miguel Cotto

By Giancarlo "Mr. Boxing" Oquendo / @MRBOXING1

WBC Middleweight champion Sergio Martinez (51-2-2, 28KOs) had a workout for the media in Spain for his upcoming defense against former three division champion Miguel Cotto (38-4, 31KOs) on June 7 at Madison Square Garden in New York. Training side by side with Sergio was Kiko 'La Sensación' Martinez. Martinez will defend his IBF super bantamweight title against Japanese veteran Hozumi Hasegawa on April 23 in Osaka, Japan.  The training session was held at the Centro Alcalá Adidas in Spain. Photos by Carolina Villafruela/Urban Fighters Community.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by MrRolltide91 on 04-03-2014

hope he's 100%

Comment by Dr Rumack on 04-03-2014

I'll say it again, Cotto only beats a crippled Martinez. If Trout could handle Cotto's aggression with ease then a healthy Martinez can do it sleepwalking.

Comment by ColdBlooded on 04-03-2014

People should remember, Martinez took much harder left hooks to the body against Chavez just fine.

Comment by LADIV on 04-03-2014

[quote=el angel;14391867]midsection looks prime for the king's left hook.[/quote] just cause he took out a buster in delvin with a hook does not mean he is gonna take martinez out the same way. Different animal homey

Comment by Dirk Diggler UK on 04-03-2014

I remember when they did the check weigh-in for Martinez-Williams II and Sergio was well overweight. It made Burner moist. We all know what happened in the fight.

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