Speculation has been flying wild for the last few days as bloggers and sports analysts do their best to make sense of what Miguel Cotto’s total destruction of Sergio Martinez means for the sport of boxing. Inquisitr covered the original fight in detail (read our exclusive fight roundup here), noting that this is the first
Jake Gyllenhaal and Rachel McAdams head into Madison Square Garden together to watch the Miguel Cotto vs. Sergio Martinez fight on Sunday (June 8) in New York City. The pair arrived in the same car and attended the match to prepare for their upcoming movie Southpaw, which takes place in the boxing world. Jake and [...]
In kung fu flixtory, Golden Arm is the leader of the Chi Sah gang. ("Both of his arms are as hard and solid as gold and are invulnerable to anything.") In boxing, Golden Arms is Miguel Cotto. Heavy arms, heavy hands, he touch you, you go backwards. Read more...
As Miguel Cotto took his place at the post-fight press conference, he was met by a complement he probably hadn't heard since childhood. "What a pretty face," Todd duBoef, president of Top Rank, said to the boxer late Saturday night. "No bruises."
NEW YORK—Miguel Cotto entered the ring in silence and darkness. He exited it bathed in the limelight and saluted by the roar. Miguel Cotto knocked Sergio Martinez down four times en route to punishing the champion into a defeat on the stool that enters the fight books as a 10th-round TKO. Show More Summary
Miguel Cotto scored a stunning upset over middleweight champion Sergio Martinez in their title fight Saturday at Madison Square Garden in New York, stunning not because Cotto was a heavy underdog against the bigger Martinez — the Vegas line had him at just 2-1 — but for the way Cotto totally destroyed the Argentine, who
The resurgent Miguel Cotto stopped the aging — but dominant — Sergio Martinez last night (Sat., June 7, 2014) to claim the WBC middleweight title, becoming the first-ever Puerto Rican boxer to win four titles in four different divisions. Show More Summary
Puerto Rican boxing sensation, Miguel Cotto, made history last night (Sat., June 7, 2014), becoming the first four-division world boxing champion from his homeland thanks to a stoppage win (corner) over he now-former WBC middleweight kingpin, Sergio Martinez. Show More Summary
Miguel Cotto will fight Sergio Martinez on Saturday night as Martinez looks to defend his Middleweight title in this mouthwatering clash. On paper, most analysts are excited by this fight as there appears to be little between the fighters, and even though Martinez will be the slight favorite, most believe Cotto will provide a stern test of the champ.
Miguel Cotto will attempt to become the first-ever Puerto Rican four-division world boxing champion tonight (Sat., June 7, 2014) when he takes on WBC middleweight kingpin, Sergio Martinez, LIVE from Madison Square Garden in New York, N.Y., on HBO pay-per-view (PPV). Show More Summary
NEW YORK—Madison Square Garden plays host tonight to a pay-per-view middleweight championship bout between titlist Sergio Martinez and challenger Miguel Cotto. More so than the aging boxers, the venerable venue appears less about now than nostalgia. Show More Summary
NEW YORK—An energized crowd of thousands of Miguel Cotto supporters packed the Theater at Madison Square Garden on Friday afternoon for the weigh-ins for the Cotto-Martinez pay-per-view card tomorrow evening in the main arena. With spotlights...Show More Summary
Does Miguel Cotto have a trick up his sleeve for his fight with Sergio Martinez on Saturday? Will Martinez be able to wear a protective sleeve on his surgically-repaired right knee against Cotto?
Watch Miguel Cotto vs Sergio Martinez – 6/7/2014 Live Stream Online Watch Miguel Cotto vs Sergio Martinez Live Stream Boxing Watch Cotto vs Martinez Live streaming here. There is going to be a high voltage boxing match to take place on the 7th of June 2014 when arch rivals Sergio Martinez and Miguel Cotto will be […]
Is this town big enough for all of them? California Chrome’s bid for the Triple Crown at Belmont is just a week away and so is Miguel Cotto’s bid to take the WBC middleweight crown from Sergio Martinez in Madison Square Garden.
Last night (Oct. 5, 2013) at the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida, Miguel Cotto faced off with Delvin Rodriguez on HBO. It was Cotto's first fight since a disappointing showing against Austin Trout in December 2012 and "must win" situation...Show More Summary
Delvin Rodriguez was supposed to be a test for Miguel Cotto -- not too stiff, but definitely a legitimate opponent who would gauge Cotto's place in the junior middleweight division. If last night (Sat., Oct. 5, 2013) at Amway CenterShow More Summary
After a sensational return to the ring after a year-long layoff and suffering two straight losses, three-division titlist Miguel Cotto overwhelmed Delvin Rodriguez en route to a Round 3 TKO victory Saturday night at the Amway Center in Orlando, Fla. Starting the bout off as the aggressor out the gate, Cotto (38-4, 31 KOs) smothered [...]
Miguel Cotto is back! The Puerto Rican pugilist stopped Delvin Rodriguez in the third round on Saturday night (Oct. 5, 2013) at the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida.