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(!HBO!)Sergio Martinez vs Miguel Cotto Live Stream Boxing Fight June 7,2014


 Hello,everybody Welcome to Watch the live telecast 12 rounds - middleweight division (for WBC title) Boxing between Sergio Martinez vs. Miguel Cotto Live Online TV Broadcast. From any where you can watch this exclusive match Live without any additional software.

Match Schedule:
Competition : 12 rounds, for WBC middleweight title
Competitor : Sergio Martinez vs. Miguel Cotto
Location : Madison Square Garden, NYC (HBO PPV)
Date : Saturday, June 7, 2014
Time: 9:00 PM ET
TV Coverage : Live Online

Former four-time world champion Miguel "Junito" Cotto (38-4, 31 KO) will attempt to dethrone Sergio "Maravilla" Martinez (51-2-2, 28 KO) in a bout that will be fought at the catchweight of 159 pounds.The winner will be set up for an epic bout with any number of household names in the sport.
WBA and IBO champion Gennady Golovkin and Daniel Geale are scheduled to fight on July 26 at Madison Square Garden. The winner of that bout is one possible opponent for the Cotto-Martinez victor.
There's also the possibility of facing a champion at 168 pounds.Who knows what the recent resignation of Richard Schaefer at Golden Boy Promotions will do to the current fighter affiliation landscape.This could be an exciting time in boxing, and the winner of Cotto-Martinez could be in the thick of things.Neither fighter has looked his best of late. Though both men won their last fights, their recent results haven't been spectacular.The two aging warriors are fighting to not only win or retain a world title, but to extend their glory in the sweet science.If you're a boxing fan, you're going to want to see this fight.

After looking like a fighter ready to hang up the gloves against Austin Trout in Dec. 2012, Cotto looked the best he has in years against Delvin Rodriguez in Oct. 2013.
Granted, Rodriguez isn't exactly Floyd Mayweather Jr., but Junito's hand speed, aggression and fitness looked solid in his three-round decimation of the 34-year-old Dominican.If that Cotto shows up on Saturday, he'll be a difficult test for Martinez.
It should be noted, Cotto is fighting as heavy as he ever has for this bout. It's just five pounds more than the 154-pound mark where he held his last world title, but much heavier than the 140-147-pound range where he was at his prime from 2006-2008.Maravilla might have received a bit of home cooking in his last bout against Martin Murray. Despite being floored and looking exhausted to end the fight, Martinez won a unanimous decision over the tough Englishman.

In the fight before that, he thoroughly outboxed Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. for 11 rounds, but Martinez was dropped in the final round.He got up and won a clear unanimous decision to claim the WBC title, but it looked as if that fight might have been Maravilla's last virtuoso performance.
Early on, Martinez's length, speed and boxing acumen will give Cotto issues. The questions are: Can Martinez maintain the pace, and will Cotto stay diligent in his pursuit?Working the body is key for Junito. He did this well against Rodriguez, and it will be imperative if he plans on slowing down Maravilla.

The combination of Cotto's concentration on the body, Martinez's recent trend of slowing down late and his troublesome knees are a formula for disaster for the champion.To the delight of the MSG crowd, Cotto will walk Martinez down and stop the exhausted champion between the ninth and 12th rounds.

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