Cotto Vs Mayweather Predictions

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  1. Vinsanity**

    Vinsanity** Banned Banned

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    please post your prediction
     
  2. Sinister

    Sinister Doctor of Doom Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    Why? Cotto is fighting Margarito, not Mayweather.
     
  3. BootyDaddy

    BootyDaddy Big Bad

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    And Mayweather is fighting Oscar, not Cotto.
     
  4. totalstranga

    totalstranga Ike Turner Backhand Belt

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    they'll fight IF Cotto remains undefeated after he fights Tony. If not, Mayweather may use that loss as an excuse not to fight Cotto. Not that he needs an excuse, I think he'd win a dec. or maybe a shocking late rd TKO..Floyd that is
     
  5. lukeviacoolhand

    lukeviacoolhand Blue Belt

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    There would be no reason to fight Cotto if he loses to Margarito.
     
  6. Sinister

    Sinister Doctor of Doom Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    Floyd's most-likely path is to fight Oscar, and then re-match Hatton. THEN consider the actual best Welterweight in the World a worthy challenger, if ever. It's all about dollars now, and not much more.
     
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    Zodiak_Killer Blue Belt

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    Well, IF it happens Mayweather....depending on how many years away it is and how both look in the meantime.
     
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    I'd go with Mayweather by ud. I think Cotto has a great mind for boxing but he is a little sluggish and that would be the difference.
     
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    Mayweather UD by a mile!
     
  10. Coster

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    I take Mayweather UD, this is the fight I want to see. No doubt we'll have the 2 rematches first though.
     
  11. mschatz

    mschatz Hamma: I has it

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    You think he'll fight Hatton again, huh? God, I hope not...I just dont see any reason for that. Mayweather dominated the fight and ended it with a KO. Hatton gets another chance because why?
     
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    Yeh I think so, the appeal of fighting in England at Wembley Stadium in front of 90,000 people is going to draw Mayweather into it. I agree it makes no boxing sense, even at 140 Mayweather will win. As a boxing fan I don't want to see it, as a betting man I'll be pretty happy. I didn't throw enough on Mayweather last time & I know Hattons fans will ensure the odds on Mayweather are a lot better than they should be.
     
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    mschatz Hamma: I has it

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    Good point there. Sure is frustrating though...
     
  14. mschatz

    mschatz Hamma: I has it

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    Holy shit, I just saw you say 90,000! Where will they fight that has that kind of capacity? Ill be seriously depressed if Mayweather/Hatton II gets that close to Dempsey/Tunney attendance figures...
     
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    Wembley Stadium. It holds 90,000 for football(soccer). I thought it would be about 70/80,000 for Boxing but somebody on here before said it will be 90,000 if the fight happens. I live about 10 minutes from there so I would definitely have to check it out for the atmosphere, would be quite amazing I imagine.
     
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    This is true. Not to mention mayweathers next bout is a rematch with de la hoya (assuming he gets past 2 pound)
     
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    mschatz Hamma: I has it

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    5acrossYOeye Silver Belt

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    lol...gotta be honest ms...im starting to get this feeling tony outhustles cotto. Tony will make Cotto fight a full 12. He's not a cutie like some of Cotto's past opponents.

    I just can't get Cotto "boxing" the last 3 rounds out of my head.
     
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    far far form happen but if it does i think cotto could take this one by SD really eally hard to call it
     

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