Miguel “Junito” Cotto VS Ricardo “El Matador” Mayorga

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Miguel “Junito” Cotto VS Ricardo “El Matador” Mayorga

On March 12th, G Manifesto Hall of Fame members, Miguel “Junito” Cotto and Ricardo “El Matador” Mayorga will meet in the ring for what is sure to be a very entertaining battle of Machismo.

The war of words has already begun:

Ricardo Mayorga: “I respect your mother but I don’t want her to suffer anymore. She cannot take any more of those beatings you’ve been taking. I will finish you off and your mother will be in peace at last. This won’t take me long, about four rounds on March 12.”

Miguel Cotto: “You have about seven more weeks to talk. Get it all out. Keep talking. Then we will go into the ring. That’s when your talking stops.”

Some pre-fight action:

Frente a frente Cotto y Mayorga

Ricardo Mayorga: “I’m going to make you think about retirement like Margarito should, after Pacquiao took care of him. I’m going to do the same to you and make you think twice about stepping back in that ring. Don’t let your mom and your family suffer anymore by allowing yourself to continue to take beatings in the ring. Stop making them suffer, I’m going to knock him out and prove to everyone in Nicaragua. First time that I’m fighting someone who is as small as a kid. But the pay-per-view and watch the retirement party for Miguel. I’m going to convince him that he should retire.”

and

“My pants are up higher than Cotto’s. I’m going to be the man, and Cotto will be the woman. On March 12, Puerto Rico is going to be dressed in black for your funeral. I can see fear in your eyes. I will retire you”.

Miguel Cotto: “Welcome all of you to Ricardo Mayorga’s first press conference for his circus,” said Cotto, speaking even as Mayorga continued to taunt him. “When you spoke earlier, I kept my mouth shut, now you remain quiet. I am a professional and with these tiny pants and these tiny hands I beat Shane Mosley. Do you remember Shane Mosley?

And

“Mayorga’s whole career was a joke. I am a gentleman, you (Mayorga) are a joker and a clown. All your (Mayorga) career you have run off at the mouth and in all the big fights you’ve failed. Just so you know who I am, I am a three-time world champion.”

Miguel Cotto Press Conference-NYC: Cotto vs Mayorga

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2 Comments on "Miguel “Junito” Cotto VS Ricardo “El Matador” Mayorga"

  1. The G Manifesto
    DrG
    22/01/2011 at 11:34 am Permalink

    MGM,

    Thanks for the Cotto post, I always look forward to your boxing articles. I got a chance to hang out at a local gym in DC last week as I watched an old school local boxer Demarcus “Chop Chop” Corley prepare for his fight again Lucas Matthysse. As you probably know Chop Chop is a great entertainer (having probably the best showmanship of any boxer out there) and has fought almost everyone from Floyd, Cotto, Judah, to Devon Alexander (current Ring Magazine 140pound champ). Anyways, he got knocked out by Lucas Matthysse in the 8th round. This the same Matthysse who got robbed against Judah couple months back in a SD. I am really impressed by this Argentinian cat who seems to have more punching power than any other Jr. welterweight out there. What do you think of this guy and do you foresee him challenging either floyd or Pacquiao for the title and beating them?

  2. The G Manifesto
    BoxingMatch-FREELIVESTREAM
    09/03/2011 at 9:29 am Permalink

    This fight is very exciting. I am excited to watch this fight… who will gonna win this fight.. its hard to predict between two fighters but i will go for Cotto.

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