Manny Pacquiao vs Miguel Cotto Highlights Video
Pacquiao added to his legacy by winning Cotto’s welterweight belt – his seventh title in different weight classes, surpassing Oscar De La Hoya’s record by one – in an entertaining fight increasingly one-sided as it goes, until Bayless steps in to save Cotto from further punishment.
To talk about a six-time world champion in four different weight classes (Cotto has won the WBO welterweight division, the WBA and WBO welterweight champion, the WBA welterweight champion, and the WBO welterweight champion). center of WBC and The Ring), people have a very… “accurate” description: “There is not a single fight that Miguel Cotto was not fully prepared for. There wasn’t a match where Cotto didn’t fight to the best of his ability. There is also no opponent that he is afraid of, not daring to attack with all his might.”
During the 46 matches of his career (and 47 if you include the match against Ali this weekend), people have seen a Cotto give up, or win (41 wins, including 33 wins by knockout) – or lose (5 losses, 2 losses by knockout), all enthusiastically give their best. That man, despite going through many ups and downs, even though he is not the most talented boxer, nor the most famous, has still received a lot of special love from the fans, for the past 17 years. …
Cotto once had 3 “memorable” defeats, which made him, even a famous boxer, but never considered the biggest boxer, a legend. First, it was a technical knockout loss to Manny Pacquiao in the 12th round on November 14, 2009, a loss that cost him the WBO middleweight championship. Then, it was a loss after 12 rounds to “Lonely and defeated” Floyd Mayweather on May 5, 2012, the match that made him lose the WBA (Regular) middleweight championship. That was followed by a loss after 12 rounds to Canelo “Saul” Alvarez on November 21, 2015, a loss that cost him the middleweight championship of The Ring.