Tag Archives: Miguel Cotto

Looking Back Almost As Good as Looking Ahead

As we head into 2018, it has been well chronicled just how great 2017 was for the sport of boxing. There were several big fights that captured the public’s attention

After Miguel Cotto, Who Will Emerge (If Anyone) as the Face of MSG Boxing?

It’s a void MSG intends to fill according to Executive Vice President Joel Fisher, who recently stated that boxing is still

Diego Morilla’s “Monday Morning Cornermen” (Dec. 1 edition)

In this new section of The Sweet Science, we step back and take a critical look at the fights that took place on the previous weekend, we compare

Cotto’s Farewell Fight Reminiscent of Other Disappointing Goodbyes

NEW YORK – It ended the way many had expected it would. There was Ali, moving well, landing crisp, clean […]

Sunday Report Card, Dec. 3: The Ultimate Weekend Wrap-Up

full weekend wrap-up of the most relevant boxing events in the worldwide scene with short recaps, links to videos and other articles

Fast Results From New York City: Sadam Ali Shocks Miguel Cotto

Everything was in place for Miguel Cotto’s farewell party. Here he was back at Madison Square Garden where he scored […]

One Last Bow from Puerto Rico’s Miguel Cotto

It was two months before the World Trade Towers would no longer exist following a horrendous terrorist attack in New York City

Fight Night Guide – The Ultimate Weekend Preview, Dec. 1st edition

The Fight Night Guide brings you a brief preview of every upcoming weekend’s most relevant fights compiled by Zona de […]

Ireland’s Aaron McKenna Debuts in NYC and Other Fight Chatter

Aaron McKenna, a tall rangy welterweight from Ireland, makes his pro debut on Saturday, Dec. 2, at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

In A Rarity, Miguel Cotto Will Exit Boxing With His Health and Wealth

The prevailing thought is WBO junior middleweight title holder Miguel Cotto 41-5 (33) will retire after he meets Sadam Ali […]