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Four-Time and Three-Division World Champion Miguel Cotto and unbeaten Puerto Rican prospects Jayson Velez and Jeffrey Fontanez participated in media workouts on Monday at Gleason's Gym in New York in preparation for their upcoming fights this Saturday, Dec. 1 at Madison Square Garden with Cotto's and Velez's fights airing live on Showtime. Right here, find a huge collection of Miguel Cotto workout photos, quotes from the fighters and also a roundup of conference call questions and answers from both Cotto and Austin Trout.
In the main event on SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING, Cotto (37-3, 30 KO's), of Caguas, P.R., will face undefeated defending champion Austin Trout (25-0, 14 KO's), of Las Cruces, N.M., for the WBA Super Welterweight World Championship.
The 10-round co-feature for the vacant WBC Silver Featherweight Championship will pit Velez (19-0, 14 KO's), of Juncos, P.R., against Salvador Sanchez II (30-4-3, 18 KO's), of Tianguistenco, Mexico....
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The final press conference for Saturday night's junior middleweight title clash between Miguel Cotto and Austin Trout was held on Wednesday afternoon in New York City. Right here, find a collection of photos from the final Cotto vs. Trout pre-fight presser, as you'll see both men, as well as a number of the undercard fighters.
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Miguel Cotto looks fully prepared ahead of his showdown with Austin Trout as the Puerto Rican looks to reclaim a junior middleweight title at the Garden in New York City this Saturday. We had a chance to catch Cotto as he prepared with his trainer Pedro Diaz for this match as Golden Boy Promotions held [...]
Staff Picks - Cotto vs. Trout Predictions
The ProBoxing-Fans.com team is back with their official staff picks, this time with a roundup of Miguel Cotto vs. Austin Trout predictions. Will Miguel Cotto recapture a title at 154 lbs, and move ahead towards lucrative showdowns? Or will Austin Trout prove that it's his time now, and catapult himself into stardom with the biggest win...
Miguel Cotto is, rather literally, boxing at Madison Square Garden. And he returns Saturday on Showtime to the home where he's sold tens of thousands of tickets, filled up sloshing buckets full of his own blood, broken men's faces (really), avenged dark losses and repeatedly turned the one-time "Mecca of boxing" into the world's loudest cheering section for...
Miguel Cotto Promotions' latest acquisition, power puncher Jorge "Destroyer" Meléndez ( 24-2-1, 23 KO's ) of Vega Baja, Puerto Rico will be facing off against James Winchester ( 15-6, 5 KO's ) of North Carolina this Saturday, December 1st at the Madison Square Garden in New York, where the headliner, Miguel Cotto will face WBA light middleweight world champion...
Hall of Fame SHOWTIME Boxing Analyst Al Bernstein says that a fight featuring Miguel Cotto at Madison Square Garden is one of the most unique and exciting spectacles in sport.
Bernstein will be ringside at MSG on Saturday, December 1, to announce the battle between WBA Super Welterweight Champion Austin Trout and Cotto. The fight will be seen on SHOWTIME. “I just did Ricky...
It seems appropriate to head the schedule with a “Gangnam Style” video, since the Korean pop sensation became YouTube’s most viewed video ever this week with 831 million views. We’re all terribly sick of it, but that Christmas lights display is pretty cool. Now let’s forget it ever happened, which we were probably going to do anyway.
There’s quite a bit of televised...
In an article by ESPN New York, undefeated American boxer Floyd Mayweather, Jr. will select his next opponent next week. Golden Boy CEO Richard Schaefer was impressed by Robert Guerrero’s performance last week and would really like to put him in front of Mayweather. Schaefer was quoted as saying that he is talking to Mayweather’s camp to see what the possibility is of that...