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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. What's not clear yet is whether his opponent for this fight, Austin Trout, will add to Cotto's MSG legacy. The above-linked report suggests Cotto-Trout tickets aren't moving as briskly as for other Cotto fights. It's not entirely clear why that would be: Trout is obscure, certainly, and his fights aren't always thrilling, but Joshua Clottey fit that description, too, and Cotto still packed 18,000 into the Garden for that bout, which did not suck in the end. More than for many past Cotto opponents, boxing writers and fans give Trout a pretty good shot at beating Cotto...
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