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Old 10-24-2012, 03:09 AM   #181
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According to a very reliable source with inside access to the Cotto camp Cotto and GGG spared....

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They sparred already, and i wont say anything til it gets reported, but the results werent good for GGG. Apparently he is a tad overrated. He is very strong though

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Not at all, he is tough. Lets put it this way he dont ike jabs. But wait fr reports, stories will develop soon or later.
As you could expect...they are the haters already stading that "GGG" is overated just because he was being consistantly tagged by Cotto.

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Old 10-24-2012, 04:08 AM   #182
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Cotto at 162lb 5+ weeks out. That means, 8lb in o/a 5 weeks. Should be right on track!

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Big Bear Lake, Caifornia – Solo ocho libras separaban temprano este martes a Miguel 'Junito' Cotto del límite de 154, aún a más de un mes para su pelea titular del próximo 1 de diciembre en Nueva York ante Austin Trout, campeón junior mediano de la Asociación Mundial de Boxeo (AMB).
Cotto, en su última de tres semanas de trabajo físico en la altura californiana de Big Bear Lake, inició la jornada en 162 libras, previo a una sesión de pesas en el gimnasio Wolf Total Fitness y una prevista carrera vespertina en la zona montañosa bajo la supervisión de su entrenador, el cubano Pedro Luis Díaz Benítez.
“Se ha organizado con Miguel un programa de peso atendiendo los suplementos energéticos que necesita para cada etapa de la preparación, atendiendo al tiempo para la pelea y atendiendo un programa nutricional que tiene, conjuntamente con todas las ayudas ecogénicas que suministra el médico. Eso ha sido muy provechoso”, dijo Díaz Benítez a El Nuevo Día en medio del trabajo en el acogedor gimnasio.
“La altura tiene algunas cosas con relación al peso. Primero sube, después baja y te vas adaptando pero está muy bien, muy fuerte”, agregó.
Distinto al trabajo del lunes, totalmente dentro de las instalaciones de su centro de albergue The Summit, esta vez la jornada incluía par de salidas a los fríos exteriores de Big Bear.
“En la casa hay máquinas de pesas, pero este el único gimnasio en Big Bear que tiene pesas libres, que son my importantes para el boxeo. Por eso es que venimos aquí”, puntualizó el experimentado técnico.
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Big Bear Lake, Caifornia - only eight pounds separated early Tuesday at Miguel 'Junito' Cotto limit of 154, still more than a month for the next title fight Dec. 1 in New York to Austin Trout, junior middleweight champion World Boxing Association (WBA).

Cotto in his last three weeks of physical labor in the height of Big Bear Lake California, began the day at 162 pounds, before a weights session in the gym Wolf Total Fitness and a planned evening race in the mountains under the supervision of his coach, Cuban Pedro Luis Diaz Benitez.

"Miguel has organized a program of weight taking energy supplements you need for each step of the preparation, serving time for the fight and taking a nutritional program that has, together with all the aid provided by the medical echogenic. That has been very helpful, "said Benítez Díaz El Nuevo Dia in our work in the cozy lounge.

"The height has some of the weight. First up, then down and go but is adapting very well, very strong, "he added.

Unlike the work on Monday, entirely within the premises of The Summit center hostel, this time the day included two trips to the cold exterior of Big Bear.

"In the house there are weight machines, but this is the only gym in Big Bear that has free weights, which are important for my boxing. That's why we come here, "the experienced technician.

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Old 10-24-2012, 04:11 AM   #183
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Cotto entrance song: La Profecia (Modified)


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Big Bear Lake, California – El boricua Miguel Cotto subirá al cuadrilátero el próximo 1 de diciembre en Nueva York con los acordes de una adaptación especial del tema “La Profecía” del salsero Cano Estremera.
Bryan Pérez, director de operaciones de Promociones Miguel Cotto, confirmó este martes la información tras completar un acuerdo con Estremera.
Informó, asimismo, que el tema servirá para la promoción radial del evento a través de la emisora Salsoul, por iniciativa de Cotto y el director de programación, José Nelson Díaz.
Pérez, asimismo, reiteró que el ganador del concurso Idol Kids Puerto Rico entonará La Borinqueña previo al combate de Cotto en reto titular frente al campeón junior mediano de la Asociación Mundial de Boxeo (AMB), Austin Trout, en el Madison Square Garden.

They state that it has been modified, I assume something along the lines of the Calle 13 adaptation of the El Hormiguero for the Margarito fight which was sick!

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Old 10-25-2012, 03:45 AM   #184
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Sometimes boxing writers have hidden agendas but I have not seen one so anti-Cotto like Dan Ambrose.

His internet pollution is incredible and the guy is persistant as hell! One after the other, after the other....

Here is another one of his flawed, bias and hatefull "I hate Miguel Cotto" articles.

An embarrasment of boxing jurnalism This guy needs to be terminated!!!

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Old 10-26-2012, 12:45 AM   #185
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According to a very reliable source with inside access to the Cotto camp Cotto and GGG spared....





As you could expect...they are the haters already stading that "GGG" is overated just because he was being consistantly tagged by Cotto.

Looking foward to the development of this story!!!

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3:18 they haven't sparred. So much for relying on random Puerto Rican posters as "sources"

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Old 10-30-2012, 03:15 PM   #186
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Mr. Lanardo Tyner looks solid here beating on Fraudanelo's head!!!

Mr. Tyner is part of Trout's camp and has been sparring with Trout.

Looks solid against the Hyperboy Fraudanelo.

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Old 10-30-2012, 03:19 PM   #187
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Another Trout sparing partner:

Donyil Livngston

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This is an interesting fight, but I'm not holding my breath for it to be a good fight. (although it actually might be)
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Old 10-30-2012, 04:04 PM   #189
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This is an interesting fight, but I'm not holding my breath for it to be a good fight. (although it actually might be)
^ Has never seen a cotto fight.
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Old 11-01-2012, 02:22 AM   #190
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Cotto vs Trout

Showtime All Access Episode 1 will air on NOV 16!

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Old 11-03-2012, 02:29 AM   #191
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Miguel Cotto regresó a Orlando, Florida, para la etapa final de su preparación con miras al compromiso con Austin Trout el 1 de diciembre.

Luego de estar tres semanas en Big Bear, California, el púgil cagüeño trasladó nuevamente su campo de entrenamiento a Orlando.


Pedro Luis Díaz, entrenador de Cotto, dijo ayer estar complacido con los resultados obtenidos en la costa oeste.
“Miguel tuvo un buen desempeño y se alcanzaron las metas que nos habíamos trazados”, comentó Díaz a Primera Hora vía telefónica desde Orlando.


Por primera vez en su carrera profesional, Cotto entrenó a 7,000 pies de altura.
“(Miguel) Se adoptó muy bien. Su desempeño físico y funcional fue extraordinario. Logramos lo que se quería”, sostuvo Díaz.
“Fueron tres semanas a las que le sacamos mucho provecho. Desconozco si en el futuro se hará otra vez, pero los resultados fueron muy buenos”, explicó.
Díaz indicó, a su vez, que Cotto ya comenzó de lleno en las sesiones de guanteos.
“Hemos conseguido unos compañeros de sparrings altos y zurdos. Claro, hemos estudiando bastante a Trout, aunque eso no es indicador de que se vaya a lograr la victoria en estos momentos. Hay que seguir delineando el plan táctico para estar listos. Lo estaremos estudiando bien”, compartió Díaz, quien estará en la esquina de Cotto por tercera vez.

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Miguel Cotto blindly increasing the work plan submitted coach Pedro Luis Diaz.

Miguel Cotto returned to Orlando, Florida, for the final stage of their preparation for engagement with Austin Trout on December 1.

After spending three weeks in Big Bear, California, the boxer cagüeño again moved his training camp to Orlando.

Pedro Luis Diaz, Cotto's trainer, said yesterday he was pleased with the results on the west coast.

"Miguel performed well and achieved the goals we had outlined," said Diaz First Time by phone from Orlando.

For the first time in his career, Cotto trained 7,000 feet.

"(Miguel) was adopted well. Your physical and functional performance was extraordinary. We achieved what we wanted, "said Diaz.

"It took three weeks to which we took a lot out. I do not know if in the future will again, but the results were very good, "he said.

Diaz said, in turn, that Cotto and began in earnest in sparring sessions.

"We've got a few tall southpaws sparring. Sure, we've studied enough of Trout, but that does not indicate that it will achieve the victory right now. We must continue outlining the tactical plan to be ready. We will be studying well "shared Diaz, who will be in Cotto's corner for the third time.


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Old 11-07-2012, 05:37 AM   #192
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Old 11-13-2012, 03:36 AM   #193
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Fight Prediction: Cotto vs. Trout

On December 1 in Madison Square Garden, Miguel Cotto takes on unbeaten titlist Austin Trout. The 12-rounder is for Trout’s WBA title. The path is defined for Cotto. A win here and it’s Saul “Canelo” Alvarez in the first half of 2013. For Trout, it’s his chance to break into the big time.
Cotto is 32 and Trout is 5 years younger, has a few inches in height, and is a southpaw. You could say Trout is the bigger man, having been at this weight his whole career, even weighing in the mid-160’s on occasion. Cotto first achieved fame in this sport at 140. He has achieved good results at 154, but is probably giving away a little natural size.
That’s about where the advantages on paper end for Trout. He will be facing a guy who has fought at the absolute top level of the sport. He lost his biggest fights, but won plenty of big ones along the way. Cotto probably has a dozen wins that surpass anything Trout ever accomplished in the ring.
  • Date: December 1, 2013
  • Site: Madison Square Garden, New York City
  • Titles: WBA 154-pound title: 12 Rounds
Miguel Cotto, 37-3 (30 KOs)
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Austin Trout, 25-0 (14 KOs)
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On top of that, Cotto is fighting at Madison Square Garden where he will enjoy a decided fan advantage. In all fairness, it could be worth a couple rounds on the cards. Whatever comfort Trout might have that Cotto is coming off a loss is dashed by the fact that it was in fact Cotto’s best loss--a reasonably competitive fight with top dog Floyd Mayweather in May.

I really had Cotto figured wrong. After the Margarito and Pacquiao losses, where he sustained protracted beatings, I thought it would be all downhill for Cotto. He has held together remarkably well. Those who were suspect because Cotto’s resurgence was based on wins over the now-forgettable Yuri Foreman, the worn-out Ricardo Mayorga, and a tattered Antonio Margarito, were assuaged by Cotto’s spirited showing against Mayweather.
Is Trout closer to Mayweather or more along the lines of Foreman, Mayorga, and Margarito? I think he’s probably somewhere in between, but it’s hard to tell to exactly what extent. There is nothing on his record to suggest greatness, but he hasn’t really had his chance yet.
I was mildly surprised to see he so decidedly beat David Lopez in 2011, with Lopez having not lost in 6 years. In addition, it was impressive that he whitewashed Delvin Rodriguez with such ease in his last fight in May, however dull it might have been.
Trout seems like a difficult guy to fight--a conservative technician with a sort of boring effectiveness about him. He’s got a good head on his shoulders. For Cotto, I think it’s a high-risk/low-reward fight. No one knows Austin Trout. A win paves the way for an Alvarez fight, but considering Cotto’s track record, couldn’t he have booked that fight without first having to do this?
It makes the Canelo fight a bit more legit if Cotto is coming off a good win, but Austin Trout is a fighter whose merit outweighs his name-power by quite a bit. You usually don’t see aging stars like Cotto in fights like that--what essentially is a warmup fight against a possible diamond-in-the-rough fighter like Trout.
Trout does some things you like to see in a potential big-name fighter. His sense of distance is excellent. He has a good ring IQ. His southpaw jab snakes out with a good deal of authority. He is tricky with his feints and little moves he uses to get his opponents to commit before landing nice counters. He’s patient and waits for his spots--a mature, professional fighter with a lot of talent and skills.
Cotto vs. Trout Prediction

I think it’s a toss-up kind of fight that will be shaded in Cotto’s favor for a few reasons. The fight being at the Garden is big for Cotto. Not that they will be looking to victimize Austin Trout, but it’s hard to imagine judges going out of their way in that environment to score rounds for the New Mexico fighter. I also think Cotto’s increased comfort level under the bright lights and in front of the big live and TV audience will help him get off to a better start than Trout.
Unless you have the boxing skills of Floyd Mayweather, the way to defeat Cotto is to beat the fight out of him. Trout can’t do that, and while slick, his slickness is not on a level where it’s easy to picture him making Cotto look foolish. Cotto is a slick veteran in his own right, a patient fighter who waits for his spots. He has outboxed fighters like Shane Mosley, Zab Judah, and others whose resumes surpass the works of Austin Trout.
If we don’t know Cotto by now, we’ll never know him. The result of this fight therefore inevitably comes down to the question “How good is Austin Trout?” As opposed to Cotto, he’s at that stage where you really don’t know. This is his litmus test--is he big-time or another in a long line of “titleholders” who were here today and gone tomorrow?
This endorsement of Cotto is made with a fair amount of trepidation. When you have an aging fighter who is bound to hit a wall at anytime against an X-factor like Trout, there is only so much assuredness one can have in making a prediction. I think Trout is good enough to give Cotto a difficult distance fight. I don’t feel, however, that he has the experience to create the separation he will need to win a decision.
Prediction: Miguel Cotto by unanimous decision.
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A poco más de dos semanas para una cita titular, Miguel Cotto se encuentra en la última etapa de su preparación para el compromiso del 1 de diciembre con Austin Trout.


El púgil puertorriqueño continúa a todo vapor el plan de trabajo diseñado por el entrenador Pedro Luis Díaz.
“Todo sigue marchando bien. Hemos trabajado en los guanteos y en la estrategia que nos llevará a la victoria”, sostuvo Díaz a Primera Hora vía telefónica desde Orlando, Florida, ciudad donde Cotto lleva acuartelado desde finales del pasado octubre.
“Debemos terminar con los guanteos para finales de la próxima semana, antes de trasladarnos a Nueva York la semana antes de la pelea”, agregó el entrenador.


Asimismo, Díaz indicó que Cotto se está acercando al peso máximo de la división superwélter (154 libras).
“Con el peso nunca hemos tenido problemas. Está muy cerca del peso, pero el ritmo de trabajo se mantiene. Nos hemos concentrado en la coordinación y los cambios de distancias”, explicó.
Cotto pasó cerca de tres semanas en Big Bear, California, entrenando a 7,000 pies sobre el nivel del mar. Luego, regresó a Orlando para las sesiones de guanteos con miras a lidiar con las ventajas en estatura y alcance de Trout.
“La estatura que pueda tener Trout no es un indicador de victoria. Miguel ha trabajado duro para lograr la victoria y estoy seguro que será de gran orgullo para el pueblo de Puerto Rico”, concluyó.
Cotto buscará el 1 de diciembre convertirse en campeón mundial por quinta ocasión cuando rete a Trout por la faja de la Asociación Mundial de Boxeo (AMB) en el Madison Square Garden.

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Miguel Cotto in the final stretch

Pedro Luis Diaz (left) handles every detail of the preparation of Miguel Cotto in Orlando, Florida. Wednesday, November 14, 2012

A little over two weeks for an appointment holder, Miguel Cotto is in the final stage of preparation for the December 1st commitment with Austin Trout.

The Puerto Rican fighter continues full steam work plan designed by coach Pedro Luis Diaz.

"Everything is going well. We worked on the sparring and the strategy that will lead us to victory, "said Diaz First Time by phone from Orlando, Florida, where Cotto has garrisoned city since late last October.

"We must end the sparring end of next week, before moving to New York the week before the fight," added the coach.

Also, Diaz said Cotto is approaching the maximum weight of the middleweight division (154 pounds).

"With the weight we have never had problems. It is very close to the weight, but the pace of work is maintained. We have focused on coordination and changes in distances, "he said.

Cotto spent about three weeks in Big Bear, California, training at 7,000 feet above sea level. He then returned to Orlando for sparring sessions in order to deal with the advantages in height and reach of Trout.

"The Trout stature may have is not an indicator of victory. Miguel has worked hard for the win and I'm sure will be of great pride for the people of Puerto Rico, "he said.

Cotto seek Dec. 1 to become world champion for the fifth time when Trout Challenge for the belt of the World Boxing Association (WBA) at Madison Square Garden.


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