Sergio Martinez Talks Cotto-Canelo, Career, More

MGM Grand, Las Vegas - Ryan Burton catches up with former two-division world champion Sergio Martinez to discuss his career, his promotional company and desire to continue promoting after his fight career is over, thoughts on a possible fight between Miguel Cotto and Saul "Canelo" Alvarez, the rematch between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Marcos Maidana and more.
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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by jcj0427 on 09-13-2014

Funny how Sergio claims his knee is injured right now, but in the Cotto fight he doesn't want to talk about the knee at all and instead credit Cotto. Classy guy, but you can tell he doesn't wanna sound like…

Comment by SaldanaCC on 09-13-2014

Lol comments went from hes the p4p best he will whoop floyd nelo cotto ggg now its......he is handsome......he WAS a good champion.....puhhhhaaaa told yall he wasnt **** should have fought ggg an went out with some respect now u…

Comment by turnedup on 09-13-2014

[QUOTE=MDPopescu;14941027]... handsome but not that smart -- after the Jr fight he should have gone directly to the doctors in the U.S. and not in Spain and Argentina...[/QUOTE] Considering those are two places where the primary top sport involves....RUNNING..i.e. Soccer…

Comment by Beercules on 09-13-2014

Sergio is still p4p one of the sexiest boxers

Comment by masterpatric09 on 09-13-2014

Sergio looks really old, look at his skin, he is slow,not a shadow of the man that broke the scene against bunema, Pavlik and Williams.Unfortunately his fame and chances came too late in his career.

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