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Video: Malignaggi Talks Cotto Win, The Next Step, More

Ryan Burton catches up with former junior welterweight champion Paulie Malignaggi to discuss his recent win over Jose Miguel Cotto, training, what's next and more.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by mushahadeen on 04-11-2011

paulie malinaggay always has a sh1tload of excuses. how about he just sucks and has no power. just accept it. don't bother arguing with his fans either they're worship him like he's the allah of sucky boxing.

Comment by X7dan on 04-11-2011

Dan G. you are an idiot, Paulie has broken his hands a few times already and had two screws put in to hold his knuckles together. he probably broke it again becuase Cotto Lite has a hard head!

Comment by Dan Gutierrez on 04-10-2011

Malinglagi (always wrong)was claiming he broke his hands during the fight. How can it happen, he is not even known as a hard hitter. LOL. This guy is just too much bulls***.

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