Originally Posted by puga_ni_nana
it's not only based on age but other factors like physical peak, skills and technique. but it's safe to say that at around the age of 27/28 is where a fighter is not too young and not too old. so are you saying that cotto's prime is at LWW? LMW?
course not, his physical peak ended as well as his mentality as an undefeated fighter is gone. But this version is better than the cotto that fought pacquiao. At least he had a trainer, better mentality than when he fought pac.
you can't be serious this is honestly just to say that pacquiao defeated the better cotto than mayweather. The truth is both guys never beat him at his prime but the conditions were much better for cotto at 154 when he fought floyd.
His physical prime was before the margarito fight, from the start of his welterweight reign to margarito. While he was at his best against margarito