Found November 12, 2012 on Pro Boxing Fans:
Fight Prediction: Cotto vs. Trout On December 1 in Madison Square Garden, Miguel Cotto takes on unbeaten titlist Austin Trout. The 12-rounder is for Trout’s WBA title. The path is defined for Cotto. A win here and it’s Saul “Canelo” Alvarez in the first half of 2013. For Trout, it’s his chance to break into the big time. Cotto is 32 and Trout is 5 years younger, has a few inches in height, and is a southpaw. You could say Trout is the bigger man, having been at this weight his whole career, even weighing in the mid-160’s on occasion. Cotto first achieved fame in this sport at 140. He has achieved good results at 154, but is probably giving away a little natural size. That’s about where the advantages on paper end for Trout. He will be facing a guy who has fought at the absolute top level of the sport. He lost his biggest fights, but won plenty of big ones along the way. Cotto probably has a dozen wins that surpass anything Trout ever accomplished in the ring. Date: De...

Miguel Cotto vs. Austin Trout All Access video sneak peek

On December 1st, Miguel Cotto battles Austin Trout for his junior middleweight title in front of what's expected to be a jam packed, raucous crowd at Madison Square Garden. Right here, you can watch a special video sneak preview of the Cotto vs. Trout All Access documentary series which will be debuting next weekend. Take a look. Fight fans know Cotto and his family well, so...

Showtime Sports® to take viewers behind the scenes with all access: Cotto vs. Trout

Premieres Friday, Nov. 16 at 10:30 p.m. ET/PT on SHOWTIME

Cotto-Trout All Access debuts on Friday

Showtime takes viewers behind the scenes and into the lives of Four-Time and Three Division World Champion Miguel Cotto and undefeated reigning World Champion Austin Trout with All Access: Cotto vs. Trout as they push themselves toward their highly anticipated Dec. 1 showdown at New York’s legendary Madison Square Garden, live on Showtime. The first of two episodes featuring the...

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Holed away in his new, higher-elevation training camp in Ruidoso, New Mexico, WBA Super Welterweight World Champion Austin "No Doubt" Trout (25-0, 14 KO's) says he's not necessarily doing anything different in preparation for the fourth defense of his WBA title on December 1 against Four-Time and Three-Division World Champion Miguel Cotto at Madison Square Garden...
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