When Miguel Angel Cotto (37-3) squares off against Austin “No Doubt” Trout (25-0) Saturday night in Madison Square Garden for Trout's WBA Title, the boxing world will be ready for a heavyweight brawl in the light middleweight division.
Miguel Cotto is back at Madison Square Garden tonight, facing Austin Trout in the main event on Showtime and BoxNation.
Sometimes the nice guy wins, even in enemy territory. That's what Austin Trout did by upsetting Miguel Cotto last night (Dec. 1, 2012) at Madison Square Garden in New York, winning a unanimous decision. Watch the
Austin Trout has passed the first major test of his boxing career. By upsetting Miguel Cotto to retain his WBA light middleweight title in New York on Saturday night, the American rising star should open up bigger opportunities for himself moving forward.
According to Rafael, Arum claimed to have offered Cotto $13 million to fight Pacquiao—a number that the fighter denied. Cotto argued that Arum never planned to pay him any more than what he received from his bout with PacMan in 2009. And on top of the