Cotto Jab Was Fab

BY The Sweet Science ON May 10, 2012
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"This was the second toughest fight for Mayweather in my opinion; his toughest fight was the De La Hoya fight because Oscar worked behind his jab for a good portion of the fight. Like De La Hoya, Cotto had success when he jabbed! There aren't many options left for Floyd, I just hope Manny doesn't get beat by Bradley, but I smell a POSSIBLE upset. EMPHASIS on the word POSSIBLE." ---Shoulder Roll Defense had Mayweather up same as Lederman card, semi-smells Pacman upset

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