Martinez-Cotto Presser Report, Part II...Talking Sergio-Floyd, Knee Probs, More

BY Michael Woods ON March 11, 2014
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Sergio Martinez will be cleared to do roadwork at the end of the month, but right now has been doing the elliptical to stay in shape as he counts down to his June 7 fight at MSG in NYC against Miguel Cotto.

That tidbit comes from Sampson Promotions' Nathan Lewkowicz, who chatted with TSS at a Tuesday presser in NYC to hype the HBO PPV event. Lewkowicz said that at this juncture, Maravilla is most Maravilla-esque when he's jazzed up for a fight. He got sky high for Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. in 2012, but against some other guys, he won't exactly dog it, but he might not go the extra mile in training. For Miguel Cotto, Lewkowicz said, he will do the extra things to insure his top tier effort.

"He wants people to know it's wrong, what they're saying, that he's a shot fighter," he said.

I appreciated Lewkowicz not being Belichickish, and pretending that there's nothing to see here, move along, in regards to Sergio's oft repaired right knee. He said that it is a factor and all involved hope it holds up well. Sergio will do rehab in Spain, where he will have the first half of camp, and then will head to Miami to finish camp.

Down the line, Lewkowicz said that he thinks Sergio will fight maybe two more years, though promoter Lou DiBella later said he think the 39-year-old won't fight past 40. Three or so more fights are likely, Lewkowicz said.

"Mayweather would be nice but it probably won't happen," he said. "He won't fight anyone he might possibly lose to. Even if he barely beat Cotto, I don't think Mayweather would fight Sergio."

Sergio's quickness, of foot and hands, are things Floyd steers away from, he said. Lewkowicz said nobody probably can judge is "Cotto is back" based off his last outing, against Delvin Rodriguez. "Cotto is a tough fighter," he said. "But I think we'll send him into retirement. He bleeds a lot, and Sergio hits a lot harder than Austin Trout. I see the fight going like how Pacquiao beat Cotto."

Next for the boxers? They hit LA tomorrow (Wednesday) and will film "Face Off" with Max Kellerman on HBO after a presser.

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Sergio will be training with Gaby Sarmiento in Spain, with brother Pablo assisting, Lewkowicz said, and then Pablo will take the reins in Miami and come fight night, because an assault rap means Pablo can't enter the US.

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amayseng says:

I am getting fired up for this fight and for once looking forward to the faceoff as well. those are usually boring

Carmine Cas says:

Geez he's still doing rehab? I hope he fully recovers and it's true that he didn't get up for his last few fights besides Chavez.

Cotto was a little stand offish at the press conference, but man was he smooth operator.

brownsugar says:

It doesn't bode well if Martinez can't run 3 months before the fight .. Running (in the ring)is Martinez's bread and butter.
No doubt Floyd's team will have a sharp eye on Martinez if he barely beats Cotton with a busted knee.

The Shadow says:

I didn't even think about that. Little Pacquiao molested Miguel Cunto. Martinez is like 20 pounds heavier. Wtf is he going to do to Cunto?! Scourge him??

June 7 will be a sad day for all Cunto fans. It was written, indeed, that June 7 must mark the date of the molestation of Cunto -- courtesy of Maravilla Martinez.

It may even be the first autopsy in history to take place prior to a person dying.

When it's all said and done, the epitaph shall read: Here lies Miguel Cunto. Flat on his back with his legs in the air.

And Sergio, once more, will have made history outside the ropes, like he did with his anti-bullying campaign.

"It. GET Spedda."

Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for poor Cunto.

amayseng says:

Shadow had a BC moment..ha ...

Sergio has been doing cardio just nothing of impact on the knee.

If the injury is from a meniscus he is good to go.

if it is an acl, pcl or lcl then his movement will be limited.

He wont be running for this one anyways, he is gonna sit down Pwill style and get Cotto out of there.

Mark my words.....

Skibbz says:

I agree with amayseng but even if it is ligament damage he will have been off for roughly a year before he starts camp for the fight. With the best physios and equipment he will be back in working order within 12 months. That doesn't mean he's not going to notice differences in his performance, but it means he can still dish it out to cotto come June 7th. It's going to be an up n down fight with cotto putting on the pressure early but my money's on maravilla. Even if he's not putting in road miles he can still work a bike, swim, row and climb all of which will build up his strength and endurance for the fight. Promising info is the fact that he's being treated in Spain which means he'll probably be at the Valdebebas.. Cotto took the fight cause he thought Sergio is injured beyond repair, he abused Sergio's rights as a champion with all of his demands but come June 7th all of the pains, frustrations and anger Sergio has had to endure will be the force that lashes and bashes cotto into submission.

The Shadow says:

It doesn't bode well if Martinez can't run 3 months before the fight .. Running (in the ring)is Martinez's bread and butter.
No doubt Floyd's team will have a sharp eye on Martinez if he barely beats Cotton with a busted knee.


You know, people always say stuff like it's fact. Like Floyd will only pick someone who looks vulnerable.

But when has Mayweather EVER -- at his supposed PPV cherry picking peak -- picked anyone who looked bad in his most recent fight? He almost did this time but decided against it in favor of the guy who looked great in his latest outing.

(Don't say Judah either. That fight was finalized when Zab still held the undisputed title.)

Let's go down the list, shall we?

Canelo: beating WBA champ Trout coming off a huge upset vs. Cotto. A fight people thought Canelo would lose.

Guerrero: beat Andre Berto, who had just won a world title in his previous fight.

Cotto: WBA super champ, who was coming off several KOs including one over his nemesis Margarito. Whether he was at his personal best or not (I believe he was), he was still riding a high wave and was a world champ.

Ortiz: dethroned an undefeated Berto, had floored most of his opponents.

Mosley: the NUMBER ONE guy at welterweight, a guy he was accused of ducking (BS), who had just come off a career defining win vs. Margarito.

JMM: a tune up. Was coming out of retirement. I'll give him a pass, had he taken a no hoper like he did after his first long layoff. Nevertheless, JMM was coming off an excellent fight with Pacquiao and marched through the lightweight weight class where his opponents weighed the same as Floyd anyway.

Oscar: had been chasing him for years.

Hatton: undefeated. 147 was an advantage to Hatton, which he acknowledged. "He's not a big welterweight at all," Hatton said about Floyd after fighting him. "But he's sneaky."

Baldomir: undisputed champ.

Judah: was supposed to be undisputed champ but focked up.

We've gone eight years back now. While it's a cool narrative for critics to have, the facts simply don't support it.

amayseng says:

Skibbz I agree.

A ligament may not be 100% but will be good enough if even at 80%, I think it is a meniscus though, I have to go do some research.

Running backs come back with full acl tears a year later and put more force and torque through the knee than a boxer would.

You are right though, swimming, bike and elliptical will be enough until his roadwork starts.

I think he will be fine. For Cotto to ask for a 159 lb cw it is just annoying.

Cotto got embarrassed by Trout, who is he to act like a top 3 lb4lb fighter.


Im a fan of Cotto, but he does get on my nerves. He is a bit of a snob.

They say Sergio is at 165 right now, the weight wont be a problem

Carmine Cas says:

I heard it was just the meniscus, he came into the Murray fight still injured but didn't pull out because he did not want to disappoint the 50,000 fans who paid to see him live. I have a torn meniscus, apparently it's all about strengthening the muscles around it, you would know a lot more than me Amayseng.

The Shadow says:

Shadow had a BC moment..ha ...

Sergio has been doing cardio just nothing of impact on the knee.

If the injury is from a meniscus he is good to go.

if it is an acl, pcl or lcl then his movement will be limited.

He wont be running for this one anyways, he is gonna sit down Pwill style and get Cotto out of there.

Mark my words.....


LOL I sure did, didn't even realize that hahahaha! Sharp eyes

Carmine Cas says:

I didn't even think about that. Little Pacquiao molested Miguel Cunto. Martinez is like 20 pounds heavier. Wtf is he going to do to Cunto?! Scourge him??

June 7 will be a sad day for all Cunto fans. It was written, indeed, that June 7 must mark the date of the molestation of Cunto -- courtesy of Maravilla Martinez.

It may even be the first autopsy in history to take place prior to a person dying.

When it's all said and done, the epitaph shall read: Here lies Miguel Cunto. Flat on his back with his legs in the air.

And Sergio, once more, will have made history outside the ropes, like he did with his anti-bullying campaign.

"It. GET Spedda."

Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for poor Cunto.


I agree but this is a different situation. The Cotto that fought Pacquiao could not rehydrate completely and was damaged from Magarito.

I think Cotto is hoping to catch Maravilla with one leg, I think he's in for a rude awakening. Trout bruised up Cotto's face, Maravilla is pissed off he's going to try to rearrange it.

But this is the game of the unexpected, we'll see fight night.

amayseng says:

[QUOTE=Carmine Cas;45457]It appears to be a torn meniscus [url]http://ringtv.craveonline.com/news/324333-miguel-cotto

Another factor is stamina, Sergio has a lot, Cotto tends to fade. That will be something else to take note, this fight has a lot of hypothetical situations but Cotto is praying that Martinez is hopping his way to the ring...first LOL.[/QUOTE]

good looking out.

the article states torn ligaments and also a meniscus.

Sergio wont be running anywhere. I think he boxes a bit, turns Cotto , sucks him in and blasts him out.

Carmine Cas says:

[QUOTE=amayseng;45458]good looking out.

the article states torn ligaments and also a meniscus.

Sergio wont be running anywhere. I think he boxes a bit, turns Cotto , sucks him in and blasts him out.[/QUOTE]

No doubt, hopefully it's just a meniscus, we'll see how much of Cotto's power travels north

The Good Doctor says:

[QUOTE=The Shadow;45452]You know, people always say stuff like it's fact. Like Floyd will only pick someone who looks vulnerable.

But when has Mayweather EVER -- at his supposed PPV cherry picking peak -- picked anyone who looked bad in his most recent fight? He almost did this time but decided against it in favor of the guy who looked great in his latest outing.

(Don't say Judah either. That fight was finalized when Zab still held the undisputed title.)

Let's go down the list, shall we?

Canelo: beating WBA champ Trout coming off a huge upset vs. Cotto. A fight people thought Canelo would lose.

Guerrero: beat Andre Berto, who had just won a world title in his previous fight. To 10 P4P.

Cotto: WBA super champ, who was coming off several KOs including one over his nemesis Margarito. Whether he was at his personal best or not (I believe he was), he was still riding a high wave and was a world champ. Top 10 P4P.

Ortiz: dethroned an undefeated Berto, had floored most of his opponents. "Hungry lion! He's a southpaw! He's gonna drop Floyd! He may knock him out!"

Mosley: the NUMBER ONE guy at welterweight, a guy he was accused of ducking (BS), who had just come off a career defining win vs. Margarito. Was No. 3 P4P.

JMM: a tune up. Was coming out of retirement. I'll give him a pass, had he taken a no hoper like he did after his first long layoff. But he didn't. he took on the No. 2 P4P. JMM was coming off an excellent fight with Pacquiao and marched through the lightweight weight class where his opponents weighed the same as Floyd anyway. The weight thing was BS though. I should've just been at 147. His team was being iffy with the weight. "143 give or take a pound." That's 144 f%cker! Still, I'm sure JMM like that extra gravy on that check.

Oscar: had been chasing him for years. Was 154 and on P4P list.

Hatton: undefeated. 147 was an advantage to Hatton, which he acknowledged. "He's not a big welterweight at all," Hatton said about Floyd after fighting him. "But he's sneaky." Tp 5 P4P on some lists.

Baldomir: undisputed champ.

Judah: was supposed to be undisputed champ but focked up.

We've gone eight years back now. While it's a cool narrative for critics to have, the facts simply don't support it.

That said, he's no Ali or Hopkins when it comes to seeking out crazy challenges where he won't be an overwhelming favorite.

Ali seriously said he would fight Frazier and Foreman in the same night, 10 rounds apiece. Now that's bold. Even a little sick. Lol.

Foreman fought five guys on one night. Hey, why not take on two guys in a. Non-sanctioned match on PPV that doesn't count on the record? He fought the Big Show after all.[/QUOTE]

Shadow, I absolutely love your posts dude. They are logical, thorough, and fact filled. However although everything you listed above is true, it is a bit of a spin job. I would never use the word vulnerable to describe Floyd's picking but I would say they are selective and he has chosen the non prime or very beatable option instead of a true challenge. I will throw you a bone on Canelo because at the time he was close to the best challenge available and some would debate that. The thing you can't say about anyone on this list is that they were a great, at their peak fighter.

Now I do agree, I think people go way too far with the Floyd ducking talk, but his resume has some big but not so obvious holes.

The Good Doctor says:

[QUOTE=amayseng;45458]good looking out.

the article states torn ligaments and also a meniscus.

Sergio wont be running anywhere. I think he boxes a bit, turns Cotto , sucks him in and blasts him out.[/QUOTE]

I am in agreement with the amazing one. Love my dude Cotto, but I believe this challenge is a little much for him if Sergio is fully healthy. Now if that meniscus is not fully healed, contrary to popular belief this will be a major problem. Your meniscus allows you to push off and plant and in some ways moves in concert with you calves. Being that Sergio is a southpaw most of the time, his jab, and typically his odd number in any combo will be thrown with the right. As well all know true power for all boxers come from the explosion in the legs through the torso and then shoulder and then the arm (look at Pac's calves and thighs and you'll see what I mean). If his meniscus is not healthy, then he will be interrupting the "flow of power" and losing speed and his right will be not nearly the right hand it has been. This will be due to the fact that with an unhealthy meniscus balance and planting, crucial things when it comes to throwing a punch, will be altered greatly.

This reminds me of when Jay Cutler for the Bears came out of the playoff game because of a slightly torn meniscus and MCL sprain. People criticized him for lack of toughness but if people were paying attention, he could not get anything on ball because he could not plant on is left knee.

The Shadow says:

[QUOTE=The Good Doctor;45463]Shadow, I absolutely love your posts dude. They are logical, thorough, and fact filled. However although everything you listed above is true, it is a bit of a spin job. I would never use the word vulnerable to describe Floyd's picking but I would say they are selective and he has chosen the non prime or very beatable option instead of a true challenge. I will throw you a bone on Canelo because at the time he was close to the best challenge available and some would debate that. The thing you can't say about anyone on this list is that they were a great, at their peak fighter.

Now I do agree, I think people go way too far with the Floyd ducking talk, but his resume has some big but not so obvious holes.[/QUOTE]

Thanks, I really appreciate that.

But if its true, how can it be spin? Like Lou says, sometimes guys don't intersect.

Most of the ducking talk came from him being retired while others talked about him. Pacquiao aside, I can honestly not see a fighter he should've fought in place of the ones he did.

We've gotta consider that once he reached PPV status, he was going for the biggest fits, like De La Hoya who was still a champion and a formidable challenge.

Now I know he's thought about fighting Martinez so obviously he's considering risk/reward, ie. being a matchmaker. And with his long layoffs, he could've fought people he didn't. But what if he has injuries he's keeping from the public? What if he's recuperating? Resting?

Remember he trains insanely hard, runs 10-12 miles (unbelievable) and trains to the point where his dictator general Stalinist dad says he needs to cool it down. That said, I don't think you can hold his faux retirements and layoffs against him.

As for the people he fought too late?

Yeah, Cotto would've been cooler in '08 when Cotto had just whooped up on da brothers Mosley and Zab. But he wasn't active then.

Cotto was ringside vs. Gatti in 2005. That's when they decided to go in a different direction. J. Prince, if I'm not mistaken, tried to make the Cotto fight. Arum said, "the Cottos aren't ready yet."

With Mosley, he didn't want to fight Floyd in '99 when it was feasible and offered to him -- and understandably so. He was heading towards 147 with his sights set on a 10-years-in-the-making, million dollar Oscar De La Hoya showdown, which he land in 2000. Floyd was high risk/low reward. If Mosley "ducked" the fight, it totally made sense.

Besides, from 1999-2006 there was a 14-24 pound weight gap between the two. Go check the records. When Floyd challenged him again in '06, Floyd said, "he should go fight Oscar. I have a sore tooth." No lie. It's on YouTube.

Oscar was older, yes, but Arum kept those two apart. He'd been challenging Oscar, damn near tormenting him since the '90s. Even harassing him as his dad was training him.

So yes, while he fought those marquee guys -- Cotto, De La Hoya, Mosley -- when they were older, it wasn't really his fault.

Oh yeah, btw, people talk about Paul Williams. Keep in mind, Lloyd was occupied with PPV fights in '07, then quit boxing. Williams, in '08, lost to Quintana, beat him, landed a Winky fight and was set to fight Kelly Pavlik for middleweight supremacy on numerous occasions.

Along came Polly, er, Maravilla, and there went Paul. Margarito was offered to Floyd AFTER Haymon had gotten him free of Top Rank. He offered him for $8m to fight for the WBO belt, then still a cringe, I mean fringe belt.

On ESPN with Brian Kenny, Floyd had been criticized for fighting Gatti for the paper WBC belt. Then they blasted him for fighting Judah, talking about how he was "ducking" Baldomir, the real champion.

Listen to Manny Steward before the fight. "Baldomir is so strong, so determined, he's the one real challenge he hasn't faced that can really give him a tough fight. I even favor him to win."

So he went with Gooseneck, negotiated a nice deal package, similar to what he has now, made $12m and beat that bum Baldomir with a broken hand. (Who actually was coming off a cool little win vs. Gatti, which raised his profile even more.)

The most glaring 140 omission, Kostya Tszyu, fought only four times after beating Judah in 2001. Fught only twice while Floyd was campaigning in his weight class, including his defeat to Ricky Hatton.

Why? You've gotta ask him. I don't know. I know Floyd called him out, though. And I also know he was chasing the money fight with Gatti by fighting WBC eliminators, and complaining about it, against Corley and Bruseles.

Hatton beat Tszyu a couple of weeks prior to Floyd defiling Gatti, coincidentally, making Hatton the real champ. I think they tried to fight Hatton afterwards in a unification but settled on Sharmba Mitchell instead.

Like I said, it's a nice narrative but the facts, if you take a closer look, don't really support it.

Seem times, if things are repeated enough they become accepted as truths. Keep in mind, I like Floyd's skill a lot. I don't like his act all that much. It's bland to me. But I gotta call it like it is.

I'll say that he hasn't been the most active and he definitely cares more about money than risking defeat, which is logical. He doesn't publicly try to fight the negative perception since he doesn't address guys.

Nor does he seem to care much what people think. That hurts him, I think.

A guy like Lara appeals to the boxing public at large because he's calling out everybody publicly, knowing full well those fights can be made.

Floyd doesn't bother with that. He's cognizant of the business issues preventing certain matchups so he doesn't even entertain it.

Meanwhile Pcquiao says stuff like "I'll fight for free," which he probably would -- most fighters do in sparring -- but his team would never let him do that, nor is it realistic. However fans eat that stuff up.

Lara says moronic stuff like "give me GGG. jajaja easy fight, #cubanclinic #americandream" and then talks about Floyd. Fans go, "man, respect for Lara! He's a real fighter!"

If Floyd went out of his way to address critics, he could. Then again, he feels it is beneath him. Alas, the perception has built to the narrative it has become. At the end of the day, though, he doesn't seem to care. I think he knows history will treat him well.

The Good Doctor says:

[QUOTE=The Shadow;45465]Thanks, I really appreciate that.

But if its true, how can it be spin? Like Lou says, sometimes guys don't intersect.

Most of the ducking talk came from him being retired while others talked about him. Pacquiao aside, I can honestly not see a fighter he should've fought in place of the ones he did.

We've gotta consider that once he reached PPV status, he was going for the biggest fits, like De La Hoya who was still a champion and a formidable challenge.

Now I know he's thought about fighting Martinez so obviously he's considering risk/reward, ie. being a matchmaker. And with his long layoffs, he could've fought people he didn't. But what if he has injuries he's keeping from the public? What if he's recuperating? Resting?

Remember he trains insanely hard, runs 10-12 miles (unbelievable) and trains to the point where his dictator general Stalinist dad says he needs to cool it down. That said, I don't think you can hold his faux retirements and layoffs against him.

As for the people he fought too late?

Yeah, Cotto would've been cooler in '08 when Cotto had just whooped up on da brothers Mosley and Zab. But he wasn't active then.

Cotto was ringside vs. Gatti in 2005. That's when they decided to go in a different direction. J. Prince, if I'm not mistaken, tried to make the Cotto fight. Arum said, "the Cottos aren't ready yet."

With Mosley, he didn't want to fight Floyd in '99 when it was feasible and offered to him -- and understandably so. He was heading towards 147 with his sights set on a 10-years-in-the-making, million dollar Oscar De La Hoya showdown, which he land in 2000. Floyd was high risk/low reward. If Mosley "ducked" the fight, it totally made sense.

Besides, from 1999-2006 there was a 14-24 pound weight gap between the two. Go check the records. When Floyd challenged him again in '06, Floyd said, "he should go fight Oscar. I have a sore tooth." No lie. It's on YouTube.

Oscar was older, yes, but Arum kept those two apart. He'd been challenging Oscar, damn near tormenting him since the '90s. Even harassing him as his dad was training him.

So yes, while he fought those marquee guys -- Cotto, De La Hoya, Mosley -- when they were older, it wasn't really his fault.

Oh yeah, btw, people talk about Paul Williams. Keep in mind, Lloyd was occupied with PPV fights in '07, then quit boxing. Williams, in '08, lost to Quintana, beat him, landed a Winky fight and was set to fight Kelly Pavlik for middleweight supremacy on numerous occasions.

Along came Polly, er, Maravilla, and there went Paul. Margarito was offered to Floyd AFTER Haymon had gotten him free of Top Rank. He offered him for $8m to fight for the WBO belt, then still a cringe, I mean fringe belt.

On ESPN with Brian Kenny, Floyd had been criticized for fighting Gatti for the paper WBC belt. Then they blasted him for fighting Judah, talking about how he was "ducking" Baldomir, the real champion.

Listen to Manny Steward before the fight. "Baldomir is so strong, so determined, he's the one real challenge he hasn't faced that can really give him a tough fight. I even favor him to win."

So he went with Gooseneck, negotiated a nice deal package, similar to what he has now, made $12m and beat that bum Baldomir with a broken hand. (Who actually was coming off a cool little win vs. Gatti, which raised his profile even more.)

The most glaring 140 omission, Kostya Tszyu, fought only four times after beating Judah in 2001. Fught only twice while Floyd was campaigning in his weight class, including his defeat to Ricky Hatton.

Why? You've gotta ask him. I don't know. I know Floyd called him out, though. And I also know he was chasing the money fight with Gatti by fighting WBC eliminators, and complaining about it, against Corley and Bruseles.

Hatton beat Tszyu a couple of weeks prior to Floyd defiling Gatti, coincidentally, making Hatton the real champ. I think they tried to fight Hatton afterwards in a unification but settled on Sharmba Mitchell instead (Hatton's people, ringside like Cotto, were like "f*** that.")

Like I said, it's a nice narrative but the facts, if you take a closer look, don't really support it.

Some times, if things are repeated enough they become accepted as truths. Keep in mind, I like Floyd's skill a lot. I don't like his act all that much. It's bland to me. But I gotta call it like it is.

(Sidebar: who's really the Hitler with the propaganda? Arum is so superior to Floyd intellectually it's not even funny.)

I'll say that he hasn't been the most active and he definitely cares more about money than risking defeat, which is logical. He doesn't publicly try to fight the negative perception since he doesn't address guys.

Nor does he seem to care much what people think. That hurts him, I think.

A guy like Lara appeals to the hardcore boxing public at large because he's calling out everybody publicly, knowing full well those fights can't be made. He might even call out Andre Ward. I think some would actually fall for that trick, too.

Lara says moronic stuff like "give me GGG. jajaja easy fight, he eat left hand jaja mucho boxeo #cubanclinic #americandream" and then talks about Floyd. Fans go, "man, respect for Lara! He's a real fighter!"

Floyd doesn't bother with that. He's cognizant of the business issues preventing certain matchups so he doesn't even entertain it. Instead he goes, "all roads lead to Floyd Mayweather." Don't nobody wanna hear that sh*t.

Meanwhile Pcquiao says stuff like "I'll fight for free," which he probably would -- most fighters do in sparring -- but his team would never let him do that, nor is it realistic. However fans eat that stuff up.

If Floyd went out of his way to address critics, he could. Then again, he feels it is beneath him. Alas, the perception has built to the narrative it has become. At the end of the day, though, he doesn't seem to care. I think he knows history will treat him well.[/QUOTE]

I again agree with you but here's the fact: There were tons of great fighters that Floyd could of fought and he fought them by in large past the primes or for whatever reason he did not fight them at all. I understand why, it make CENTS. It's spin because it's the truth but it's not the whole truth. It's like when John Calipari says at UK his graduation rate for his team is near the top of the NCAA. It's true but he fails to mention that guys that leave school early are not counted against that number. It's a lot easier to do that when you have to graduate about half of the people alot of other schools do because your starting five is gone after 2 years.

The Shadow says:

Sergio Martinez addressing Miguel Cunto: [url]http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=dRr9G3-pSUs

#ItGETSpedda

Carmine Cas says:

Nice video Shadow, Sergio is a great man, if there's anyone out there who deserves the lottery payday fighting Floyd, it's him

The Shadow says:

Perhaps Floyd will call him up and wish him well on his knee instead.

"Yeah this is Floyd. Keep your head up, champ. ITs. GETspedda."

Carmine Cas says:

[QUOTE=The Shadow;45498]Perhaps Floyd will call him up and wish him well on his knee instead.

"Yeah this is Floyd. Keep your head up, champ. ITs. GETspedda."[/QUOTE]

HAhahahahahahaha, yeah unless he re-tears it in the 12th round again in a winning effort, maybe then he'll challenge him

Carmine Cas says:

[QUOTE=The Shadow;45498]Perhaps Floyd will call him up and wish him well on his knee instead.

"Yeah this is Floyd. Keep your head up, champ. ITs. GETspedda."[/QUOTE]

HAhahahahahahaha, yeah unless he re-tears it in the 12th round again in a winning effort, maybe then he'll challenge him

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