When should Cotto think about retirement?
Obviously he's still got a lot left in the tank and proved himself one of the best boxers of his era and made truckloads of money. For a while after the Margarito loss, lots of people were saying he's damaged goods. I think he's gone a long way toward proving the doubters wrong. But at the same time, he has taken some pretty serious punishment over the years. He's got a some young kids and a wife, and right now he definitely gives the impression that he could retire with his health.