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te tumbo

the ONLY reason Cotto remains in the fight-game is to collect some final paydays. Canelo would be the biggest payday of his career. he’s a giant P*SS if he doesn’t give his fanboys the finger and confirms a mega-PPV bout v. Canelo. in fact, he can make it up to them by defeating Quintana afterwards. after all, a win v. a B-level opponent is all it takes to win back his cheerleading squad. they’re THAT desperate.

Posted October 10, 2013 5:02 pm 


BRICK CITY

hows is Arum gonna go from the beautiful Cowboys Stadium to the sorry ass Giants stadium??? lol

Posted October 10, 2013 2:44 am 


MMendoza

EZ-E: Thanks for the PR boxing history. Anyway, Cotto is world-class as it is and so was Trinidad.

Posted October 10, 2013 1:34 am 


TARK

Canelo would have to fight a lot better than he did against Floyd to beat Martinez and Cotto.. He was weight drained.. He looked really slow and dead on his feet.. He has to go to 160 now because he’s killing himself at 154.

Posted October 10, 2013 1:32 am 


Hecdog

These guys (Cotto & Martinez) would get destroyed by GGG, Quillin, Floyd and Canelo I meant to say

Posted October 9, 2013 11:35 pm 


Hecdog

Cotto looked great againt a D level fighter that was Rodriguez. He wa scared, intimidated and offered nothing. That fight was very misleading for true Cotto fans. If he fights Martinez, he has a good chance of winning because Martinez is done IMO. He looked awful, got hit and should have lost his lat fight. He’s too old now and would likely lose againt Cotto. This destroyed by Floyd, GGG, Canelo or Quillin.

Posted October 9, 2013 11:33 pm 


TARK

Cotto is not in decline… He looked better than I’ve ever seen him for Rodriguez… I never saw him so happy, serene, upbeat, and excited.

Usually before fights he looks like he just lost his best friend.

Posted October 9, 2013 8:04 pm 


Edgar Guevara

Good fight for Cotto. Their both in decline, good choice Arum.

Posted October 9, 2013 7:59 pm 


logic

Anyway, the Illuminati have a plan for reduction of world human population, so I’ve read.So don’t worry about it.

Posted October 9, 2013 5:30 pm 


logic

hey EZ E , thanks for that slice of boxing history. Boxing has certainly had its share of awe-inspiring and dramatic moments – these precious memories fade away with time if those who witness them would never bother to retell them.

It is way more entertaining than hollywood to me – no comparison.

It gives us a sense of perspective.

If we think about it, it might even hold some lessons. But whether or not it does, it is still very interesting to the true boxing fans.

Posted October 9, 2013 5:19 pm 


Mex

No one likes us Mexicans…..bahahahaha …that’s the difference between us and you PR..we Mexicans don’t kiss as.s and don’t really give a fudge who like us..

Posted October 9, 2013 5:08 pm 


Fight Aficionado

Thanks for the info Titopa. In any case he’s now Top Rank.

Posted October 9, 2013 5:03 pm 


TARK

Sergio will win this pill of a fight… But Martinez will look so old and slow he’ll be a tempting target for Floyd Mayweather at that point. Floyd will agree to go to 160 to fight a badly fading ATG and be the only one to legitimately beat him. Martinez didn’t really lose to Cheato or Williams.

But if Floyd wins he won’t fight Golovkin… “I’m a 6-Division World Champion now.. My weight was 153 for this fight and I’m not going to stay here. Sugar Ray Robinson never returned to 175 after he lost to Joey Maxim. Robinson wasn’t a light heavyweight and I’m not a middleweight.” … That scenario is what I see happening.

Hopefully some other middleweight champion will unify with Golovkin.

Posted October 9, 2013 2:42 pm 


Titopa

Public Enemy – “No class like Cotto & Trinidad”, you’re WAY OFF base there buddy, both are supreme no nonsense sportsmen, if I recall correctly, didn’t B-Hop throw the Puerto Rican flag on the ground during his press conference with Tito? Now that my friend, is ZERO class.

Posted October 9, 2013 2:32 pm 


Titopa

Fight Aficionado – Cotto did NOT ‘sign’ with Top Rank, they’re on a fight by fight basis.

Posted October 9, 2013 2:30 pm 


Fight Aficionado

Was was my comment deleted? I said nothing insulting, simply that if Top Rank wants to throw Cotto in with Martinez it appears he’s cashing out early just months after re-signing him to Top Rank. That much is obv, since he’s not a 160 lb fighter.

Posted October 9, 2013 2:14 pm 


Public Enemy

OK, I could’ve written it a little better.. LOL

Posted October 9, 2013 12:27 pm 


Public Enemy

I was talking about Mexican Sore loser Fighters and their Fans…

Posted October 9, 2013 12:26 pm 


Public Enemy

Murderman – you misread my post, I’m praising Cotto and Trinidad for having tons of Class.. don’t see too many like them anymore..

Posted October 9, 2013 12:25 pm 


murderman

@ pe – what you know bout trinadad youngblood! Lol. Trinadad was a killer! In his prime was a monster puncher! Too bad they dont make em like him no more!

Posted October 9, 2013 12:18 pm 


Public Enemy

They’re Boxings Biggest Sore losers and Cheaters.. This is why no one likes them.. No Class like Cotto and Trinidad..

Posted October 9, 2013 12:08 pm 


Public Enemy

EZ E – These Chihuahas know that Puerto Rico has and continues to produce World Class Boxers.. Don’t waste your Time with these losers.. what World Class Unbeaten Champion have they produced over the past Decade? NONE .. thats why they have to keep using these old Fossils like Marquez and Morales thanks to the Wonders of PEDS…

Posted October 9, 2013 12:07 pm 


murderman

Sounds like they know martinez is shot and done! Time for him to cash out! Cotto by brutal late rd stoppage. Thanks for the memories sergio! Its been real!

Posted October 9, 2013 11:47 am 


It’s Me, Ernie

It’s who? “Ernie”? – The funny part is, hold on, wait for it…here it is

No one gives a rat’s ass on your weak attempts, they’re ignored for the most part by all so have fun…

Posted October 9, 2013 10:55 am 


EZ E

EPILOGUE: After being under extreme criticism the WBC later recanted their decision to ‘strip” Ortiz of his title months later, saying that it was partly due to a misunderstanding and laid part of the blame on the Mexican Boxing Commission, who in turn pointed it’s finger at the WBC President!! Anyway, Ortiz and Ramos re-matched some 9 months later, this time in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Due to the highly publicized ‘controversy’ surrounding the first fight, it was big financial success. Ortiz proved to be the superior fighter by stopping Ramos again, this time after 4 rounds, ref Zack Clayton stopping the contest. For those that followed boxing back then will agree that Ramos was a very good and brave fighter himself.

Posted October 9, 2013 10:45 am 


EZ E

Well.. I’m sorry for the long comments. I personally don’t mind reading long ones myself if they give me some insight on boxing history. It’s true that practically NO country is completely innocent of their own wrong doings, no doubt. Some fans are quick to judge, attack and ‘stereo type’ other countries and states, totally unaware or regardless of incidences on their home soil. Well… you can fire when ready!! Peace!

Posted October 9, 2013 10:16 am 


EZ E

NICOLAS Your words, “… is really say for the once proud Puerto Rican boxing culture, with only Roman Martinez as their present champion….” ahhh.. ONCE PROUD PUERTO RICAN BOXING CULTURE…”??? Do you honestly believe that we’re NOT proud of our boxing culture because we have only ONE Island born champion and only ONE of one Puerto Rican heritage?? Really?? Look, we’ve been there before. We’ve had NO champions before, and within a reasonably short period of time we have 4 or 5, check and you’ll see. Sure we’d like to see more, as would any country, state, territory, especially one as small as our’s. But to say that we are not proud of our Boxing Culture is kidding yourself, if that’s what you mean. We may not have many champions presently but somehow this little Island is ALWAYS in the ‘thick of things’, as one might say, and respected. I will go as far to say that Rocky Martinez, whom I’ve personally known since his amateur days, will probably come up short against an exceptional fighter like Mikey Garcia. Actually I consider Rocky an ‘over achiever’, and if your involved in this sport here and known him like I do you might say the same. Other insider boxing folks here will agree. Win or lose we’ll STILL be proud of him and our Boxing Culture. Just so happens that on my desk is a February/1966 Ring Magazine. (Ali vs Patterson on the cover) I see that Puerto Rico holds TWO of the only EIGHT major World Titles during the ONE champ per division era. Mexico held only ONE, the great Vicente Saldivar, one of heros of my youth, still is. Should’ve Mexico, felt LESSER proud of their Boxing Culture having so many fighters and only ONE champion?? OF COURSE NOT!! Mexico is almost 40 times more populated than Puerto Rico, and in the states the difference is more so. There are about Mexican 80 fighters for every ONE Island boxer, it might even be more. The reasons are various, but let’s not get into politics and social structures, that’s not the point. Other countries had NEVER h had a World champion back then, and still don’t. Anyway, roughly 3 years later Carlos Ortiz and Jose Torres were dethroned and the Island had NONE and went about SEVEN years before Alfredo Escalera was crowned. Mexico, who had gone on a similar droute by then had THREE: Canto, Alfonso Zamora and.. I forget, but it was either Rofolfo Martinez of Zarate, one of the two. The were ony TWO orgs back then. In the mid-1980s (1985??) Puerto Ricans held EIGHT world titles SIMULTANEOUSLY, when there were LESS weight divisions and LESS sanctioning orgs. Not bad for a 3.5 million population. Per-capita that’s NEVER been done before and STILL hasn’t, not per capita, although some will try to MINIMIZE the facts that can’t be objectively refuted. But that’s the past, now is now. We accustomed the world with such accomplishments and folks find I hard to understand, some ridicule us saying Island Boxing is dead. hmmm.. Well.. we’ve been down this road before, nothing new. And if you are one of the those that believe Puerto Rican Boxing is “dead” then you don’t know your boxing history to well. Peace to all!! VIVA BOXING EVERYWHERE and.. VIVA PUERTO RICO!!

Posted October 9, 2013 8:37 am 


EZ E

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Posted October 9, 2013 8:35 am 


Nicolas

If Aurm feels this is the way to celebrate the Puerto Rico Weekend, it is really say for the once proud Puerto Rican boxing culture, with only Roman Martinez as their present champion, I really don’t want to see such a fight take place.

Posted October 9, 2013 2:10 am 


It’s me, Public Ernie

the “little island still has more champs per capita . . .” is a facile statistic. after all, it’s one-on-one in a boxing ring.. It’s what enabled the likes of Ramirez, Segura, and Salido to emerge victorious from their trips to PR hometowns despite being outnumbered by thousands of PRs.. propping-up journeymen like Rosado or damaged-goods like Cotto as a way of asserting PR’s relevance in Boxing is just pathetic.. they aren’t Marquez, Canelo, Garcia, Mares, Santa Cruz, Rios, Alvarado, etc. now THAT’s a list of relevant fighters to Boxing.

Posted October 8, 2013 11:54 pm 


EZ E

LOGIC, you are correct, they do happen but not always, of course. Just trying to make a point, to take for GRANTED that a fighter automatically wins because he defeated his opponent’s conqueror has been prove wrong many times, especially in the upper echelon of competition. Now, if they are to meet it has to be SOONER than later, in regard to Cotto. Canelo’s flaws were obvious vs Floyd, although I’ll be the first to admit that he WASN’T fighting just ‘anybody’ that night.

Posted October 8, 2013 11:45 pm 


It’s who? “Ernie”?

“Ernie” you lost your credibility on these threads the moment you exposed yourself as Public Douchebag. multiposting tr*lls will not be tolerated. when they are exposed, they must be targeted with unrelenting and extreme prejudice. essentially the toxic crap you’ve been dumping on these threads, will now be revisited upon you, courtesy of Te Tumbo. neither You or You as Enema will be allowed to post without particularly lethal and venomous responses from Me, Public Ernie. this entire site will burn down before i allow you to post in peace, Ever Again. i’ve got my lasers on you, Boy. you better come correct or be prepared to assume your accustomed role as ESB’s resident boxing-ignorant imbecile because when it comes to Boxing, you don’t know jack.

Posted October 8, 2013 11:42 pm 


EZ E

WELL… it’s been fun. You guys (especially ABBOTT/HECKLE) have “entertained” me enough. Time to get set my DVD player on my night stand and watch a few rounds of Mosley vs Margarito. LOL!! (not really, I’m actually gonna watch Pipino Cuevas vs Roger Stafford, a good oldie) Later!!

Posted October 8, 2013 11:35 pm 


logic

EZ,these triangle theories do indeed happen but not always.They have to be proved in the ring. Or are you saying that Cotto will be able to beat Canelo on the outside the way that Floyd did?

Let’s face it, Cotto’s legacy is set, he doesn’t need to fight anyone, except to close out his career with a few dollars compensation for fighting almost everyone,and delivering what I think is the only competitive match over 12 rounds with atg Mayweather in recent years, that I think compares favorably with alltime classic Leonard-Duran 1 ,unless someone can prove otherwise.

So if Canelo beats him down at the official jmw weight of 154, you can rest easy that the little island still has more champs per capita than my country(and most others!)

Posted October 8, 2013 11:20 pm 


EZ E

MEX (ABBOTT) Trout?? If that’s your “BEST” argument then you OBVIOUSLY don’t know much about this sport. Very, very shallow!! How many examples do you need of: Fighter #A beats Fighter #B, #B beats Fighter #C and then Fighter #C whips #A, how many do you NEED?? I can probably give you a quick EZ dozen and it STILL wouldn’t sink in. Listen up Boy, I’m tryin’ ta learn ya somethin’, son. But.. you’re already “damaged goods”, too patriotically senseless & blinded, trying to teach you is like trying teach a fish to climb trees. LOL!! BUT… I got a little time to waste (on YOU) so here I go ABBOTT: Barkley beat Hearns TWICE, Hearns blows out Duran, Duran beats Barkley Or… Cotto beat Mosley, Margarito “beats*” Cotto, Mosley whips Margarito… want/need some more?? You dombut I’m through wasting my time… ON YOU!! Next!!!

Posted October 8, 2013 11:04 pm 


It’s Me, Ernie

Le Dumbo, yeah Cotto is a has been. He makes a million or million and a half to fight nobodies. How much have you made this year, last year or ever?…

Posted October 8, 2013 10:59 pm 


te tumbo

Cotto is a has-been and a mark at 154lbs. he might as well rematch Foreman or Gomez. the PPV matchups at 154lbs belong to Canelo. Cotto is nothing more than a squatter on Canelo’s turf. watching him run and hide is almost as entertaining as watching him be Beaten and Bloodied to a lumpy and bumpy Pulp by Canelo. he’s got no pride or honor. he’s only interested in risk-free paydays, i.e., he’s no Abner Mares. even the option of taking a knee to avoid another brutal beating but still collect the payday appears too much for Cotto to risk. F’em. there are no unearned entitlements in Canelo’s division. if Cotto isn’t willing to risk and work for his paydays, then he’s better off remaining an “honorary” champion with “HOF” creds but NOT an ATG ring-warrior.

Posted October 8, 2013 10:43 pm 


te tumbo

PR fans are desperately clinging to the remnants of Cotto’s prime. as IF a win over a B-level opponent is any indication of Cotto’s prime. apparently and moreover, not even a prime(?) Cotto is capable of erasing the most prominent prospect in Mexican boxing. suit yourselves but clinging to the memory of Cotto only looks and feels pathetic. Cotto either steps up to his nearest and most prominent challenger or i smell the stank of P*SSSEEE emanating from De La Hoya Rico Island.

Posted October 8, 2013 10:36 pm 


te tumbo

Canelo boxed the trunks off of Trout who beat the crap out of Cotto. both Cotto and Canelo have lost to Mayweather. a bout between the two is the most lucrative and natural PPV matchup. intead of Cotto’s mother hens trying to herd Cotto back into the chicken-coop they should be clamoring for a matchup between the young lion Canelo and the veteran HOFr Cotto. otherwise, it’s pretty obvious that what they really fear is another hometown BeatDown like the one Lopez absorbed from Salido or a brutal mauling along the lines of what Chavez did to Rosario and Camacho. i mean, who the f’k do you fanboys think you’re fooling> we KNOW that you’re all afraid of leaving Cotto alone in a boxing ring with Canelo. after all the bulls**t posturing and chest-thumping over a bogus “rivalry” that only you boys constantly promoted, the one matchup that might actually live up to that standard is the one that Cotto’s fanboys fear most. n fact, fear of losing is the primary reason that no serious fight-fan ever bought-in to the promotional “rivalry”. the likes of Ramirez, Margarito, Segura, and Salido didn’t fear traveling to PR to retire champions and expose hype-jobs. Cotto should at least agree to meet the youngest Mexican lion on neutral ground and if he won’t, what “rivalry”?

Posted October 8, 2013 10:27 pm 


Mex

Eze and PE — Ricky Martin — Orlando Cruz…baahahhaha..PR cheerleaders…we all know you have pride in ur lil island but talk real…Canelo will smash Cotto.

Posted October 8, 2013 10:08 pm 


Mex

At end of day Trout is on both Canelos and Cotto resume….need I say more…

Posted October 8, 2013 10:06 pm 


EZ E

MAD?? “scum of the board”?? Heeeeyyy, are you talking about my ‘compadre’ PE?? Or… YOUR partner MEX/ABBOTT?? As for the list, well I see that you already proved my point. Like I said, it was ABBOTT that started the issue. That was an EZ win, let’s move on. Now, don’t be foolish, I can’t get Cotto into the ring with anybody (maybe with J-Lo) But do you honestly feel that Oscar wants to push Canelo into the ring with a fighter of Cotto’s caliber or any HIGH RISK/DANGEROUS opponent at this moment? If you can, set aside your Fan Boy attachment to Canelo for moment and be objective. Cool? Getting them together is quite more complicated than just a bunch of fans making noise. First of all there’s the GBP vs Top Rank promoters issue, $$ percentages being divided, promoters/managers/fighters not wanting to risk their market power. If you think that BOTH TEAMS (Cotto’s and Canelo’s) don’t fall into these categories than you don’t know much about the business aspect of the sport. Now.. MAD, in all honesty, I know that you’re a boxing fanatic/lover just like me. But sometimes you can get too carried away yourself. I don’t attack nationalities, if you’ve noticed, not my style. I criticize stuff that gives boxing a bad name, like the stuff that Chavez Jr pulls and others too, Boricuas included. I’m pretty much involved in the sport here on the Island. When our fighters/heritage is ‘under attack’ well, it’s only natural for me to get in on all the “fun”. Al final todo es pura cabula, no hay pedo carnalito One of my daughters, Rita, is half Chicana, born in Long Beach, lived for years in the Cerritos/Buena Park area before settling in Georgia. I lived in Califas for about 3 years, East Los, on St. Louis street, directly across from the Hollenbeck Police Station & gym, and in La Puente too. (next to the Victory Outreach Church) Anyway, PAZ to Mad!! It’s all good!

Posted October 8, 2013 9:52 pm 


The Mad Scientist

Why do you need a list of the fighters resume for..?? In the end all that goes out the window anywayz and all we’re left with is the usual outcry about weight/size advantges, old, small, past his prime, no longer at his best excuses from the fanboys and haters..isn’t that the norm around here when somebody’s favorite boxer doesn’t win or you call a fight wrong..let’s just get Cotto in the ring with Canelo and let the butt hurting begin from you know who..Lol!

Posted October 8, 2013 9:06 pm 


EZ E

Hey COSTELLO, calm down, keep your shirt on, take your meds vato, get a grip homie… shhheeesssh! I wasn’t the one who brought up the subject, your road dog ABBOTT is the guilty party here, Loco! Hey, easy there dude, take a deep breath, count to ten, slowly. One… two… threeeeeee, foooouuur, ffffiiiiivvve, sssiiiiiiixxxx, seeeveeen, eeeeiight, nnnniiiinnnne aaaaannnd TEN!! Feel better?? Yes?? Good!! Now go call ABBOTT and MAKE THE LIST!!

Posted October 8, 2013 8:47 pm 


EZ E

Folks, I guess we can all go out for burgers and fries because this might take them a while. Why?? Well because either Canelo’s list is so “extensive” or…. they just plain don’t know the difference between facing an opponent in his prime or fighting him when he’s old, faded and washed up. Bwwaaahahahaha!!

Posted October 8, 2013 8:36 pm 


EZ E

ahhhh…. After our resident ESB “comedians” (MEX & MAD Abbott & Costello/Heckle & Jeckle) supply & honor us with their list of Canelo’s elite/great/exceptionally/good/very good.. opponents I will ‘try’ to compare it with Cotto’s.

Posted October 8, 2013 8:10 pm 


EZ E

MEX & MAD (The ABBOTT & COSTELLO team of ESB) Now that you mentioned/questioned the quality of Cotto’s opponents, would I be asking too much of you two ‘comedians’ for a list of Canalo’s elite or top opponents victories?? WHO?? Yeah, there’s Trout and… JR.WELTER Josesito and 147lb’er Alfonso Gomez, 40yr old Shane Mosley. Matthew Hatton… Who else?? LOL!! Oh yeah, wait, wait, 40yr old and fat Baldomir!! Let’s not forget “the Frog” Cintron, right?? Hilarious!! You guys are a great comedy team!! Cotto had defeated a younger, stronger, stamina filled STILL considered elite Mosley. Do I have to remind you that Shane waxed the Tiajauna Cheater in his next fight. Cotto also faced a younger & better version Alfonso Gomez. Since you’re questioning the quality of Miguel’s opponents let’s see Canelo’s. Com’on Abbott & Costello/Heckle & Jeckle, please amuse us all!! Gracias.

Posted October 8, 2013 7:55 pm 


Mex

Cotto is a heavy 154..do you know what he came in ring Saturday nite when he fought the 7/11 store manager Delvin???

Posted October 8, 2013 6:42 pm 


Mex

Hahaha..just cause he fought them don’t make him elite…Canelo knocked Trout on his as.s who easily beat Cotto….

Posted October 8, 2013 6:39 pm 


Mex

Who did Cotto beat to become elite??? Bahahahahaha

Posted October 8, 2013 6:30 pm 


EZ E

MAD (alias COSTELLO) ahhhh… Aw, forget it. sshhhheeesh

Posted October 8, 2013 5:48 pm 


EZ E

Personally, I rather Cotto face Canelo, but… let’s analyze this one objectively: Prior to the Chavez Jr fight Martinez faced TWO rather unknown but worthy challengers, Matthew Macklin & Darren Barker. In both contest Sergio didn’t look too dominant, I’m sure we’ll all agree, especially vs Macklin who dropped him in the process. They were supposed to be rather EASY wins for Sergio, they surely weren’t. Then FINALLY came Chavez Jr, who’s team probably thought Martinez was finished and ready to be taken. Martinez handled Junior EASIER than he did both Macklin and Barker, with the exception of that final round, Juniors ONLY moment, the ONLY round where he looked like a worthy challenger, compared to the relatively unknown Brits. For his next defense Sergio once again picks ANOTHER lesser known Brit, Martin Murray. We ALL know what we saw, Martinez going down TWICE (once officially) en route to winning an UNCONVINCING decision. All THREE Brits proved to be superior competition than Chavez Jr, no doubt, although some Junior fans would find excuses to refute the obvious and still tout him as a “cream of the crop” fighter. Other (too critical) fans might consider him “the cream of the crap” instead. Back to Sergio, is he on his way down?? Were the Brits THAT GOOD?? Or.. is it that he looked so dominant in only ONE of his last FOUR fights because Chavez Jr actually THAT BAD?? hmmm… Think about it. Either way, I’d rather Cotto face Canelo. Don’t measure this one using the ‘Trout fights’ comparison. Cotto is a smarter fighter than Trout, and more versatile. If you believe Cotto is afraid of Canelo then it’s even EASIER to say that for a LONG time BOTH Chavez is & Canelo were afraid their most dangerous contenders and those of equal size. Right? Oh well, peace to all!!

Posted October 8, 2013 4:48 pm 


Public Enemy

Same Business 152 lb Floyd has fighting 140lb Danny Garcia but they make that seem like something Great for Floyd???

Posted October 8, 2013 3:29 pm 


Happyboy

Public Enemy – Cotto is a 3 division future HOFmer what business does he have fightimg actors like BONER, this time last year BONER was a lightweight what business does he have fighting Cotto whose at JMW,

Posted October 8, 2013 3:15 pm 


Fight Game

Canelo would retire Cotto and he’s not ready to go just yet, that fight will happen sooner or later.

Posted October 8, 2013 2:17 pm 


Whatever

Cotto needs to flatten canelo, and rematch mayrunner at 154.

Posted October 8, 2013 12:28 pm 


Titopa

*fight in a fourth division

Posted October 8, 2013 11:26 am 


Titopa

Gregory – Cotto wants a challenge, so what if Martinez is “too big”, he wants to fighting in a fourth division….AND, this will be for the middleweight championship. That’s GREAT!!!

Posted October 8, 2013 11:26 am 


Public Enemy

Cotto vs Broner at 152lbs would be a good scrap for Cotto.. show if he can take on a slick Boxer like Broner… Cinnabum can go take on Sergio Martinez the man who exposed his fellow Countryman Chavez Jr…

Posted October 8, 2013 9:09 am 


Ray Ray

Bob has spoken…..i want Arum 2 eat a d-/k but we dont all get what we want. Which 1 of these 2 guys is under Arum?

Posted October 8, 2013 8:04 am 


murderman

cotto is goin to retire sergio! Sergio is officially cashing out. As long as they dont fight in argentine cotto wins easily! Pe – no worries your man got this. Cotto by mid to late rd k.o.

Posted October 8, 2013 8:01 am 


irishny

Crawford looks sharp!

Posted October 8, 2013 7:38 am 


Gregory

Cotto should aim Canelo, not Martinez. Martinez is too big for Cotto. Mayweather should take this or just quit boxing.

Posted October 8, 2013 5:41 am 


Anonymous

Bob doesn’t want his little ginner hype job in with cotto

Posted October 8, 2013 3:28 am 


Farmboxer

Martinez by knockout!!!

Posted October 8, 2013 2:10 am 


Ghetto Thug

Is Cotto with Scum Arum again?? damn it

Posted October 8, 2013 1:56 am 



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