Pacquiao vs Cotto Preview and Predictions

I am sure many Manny Pacquiao and Miguel Cotto fans, as well as other boxing fanatics around the world are so much excited to watch Pacquiao vs Cotto live stream this Saturday night.

For the first time, a mega-fight is a mega-fight on the merits, the Nov. 14’s 145-pound bout between Manny Pacquiao and Miguel Cotto is the best of both worlds indeed. It is a fight that has meaning, and will be exciting one way or another, and has heat with the mainstream.

First, and most importantly, Pacquiao is not too small for Cotto and Cotto is too much damaged goods for Pacquiao. For all the angry Pacquiao fans out there who think Cotto isn’t over the hill from his knockout loss to Antonio Margarito, I direct you to Pacquiao trainer Freddie Roach, who says he thinks Cotto IS damaged goods.

From there, I think the major advantage for Pacquiao is his speed. He has it. Cotto doesn’t have much of it. Even though I don’t think Pacquiao is “too small” for Cotto, I still think size is Cotto’s primary advantage in this fight. Cotto is going to outweigh Pacquiao by about 15 pounds once they rehydrate on Saturday from the 145 pound limit, and Cotto is going to be the bigger man, pure and simple.

There are X factors. For instance, on the Pacquiao side, Roach being such a great trainer helps Pacquiao; Cotto looking weight-drained in the eyes of many observers hurts him.

On the other hand, Pacquiao has the air of a fighter who is once-in-a-lifetime. It’s why, ultimately, Pacquiao is going to beat Cotto. I give Cotto a better chance, much better chance, than Hatton.

Stay tuned here for more updates on Pacquiao vs Cotto replay and results.

Pacquiao vs Cotto Fight Video Replay

Pacquiao vs Cotto Replay VideoThe live fight for the Manny Pacquiao vs Miguel Cotto will be this Saturday, November 14. It's only few days away, and for those who miss it, they will surely be looking for Cotto vs Pacquiao video replay.

So, if you will be one of the unlucky to miss Pacquiao vs Cotto replay video fight, this is the page you should check out minutes after the match as the author will surely find resources of available video clips to where you can conveniently watch Pacquiao Cotto fight video replay.

Take note, though, that we are not promising anything... but we will try to post pages containing video clips possibly from Youtube.

You may also find here the results and some Pacquiao Cotto highlights, as well. If you haven't had your cast it now before it's too late.

I opt for Manny Pacquiao, of course.

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Miguel Cotto Biography ang Boxing Record

Miguel CottoMiguel Cotto Biography

At the age of 28, Miguel is an eight-year pro. The WBO welterweight world champion, he won the title in February, 2009, and has made one successful defense.

He is Puerto Rico's brightest star and biggest draw in the ring, has fought and beaten some of the sport's biggest names, and already had a Hall of Fame career.

Miguel is coming off a 12 round decision win against former IBF welterweight world champion Joshua Clottey in his last fight in June, 2009.

Miguel is also a former WBA welterweight world champion—he won that title in December, 2006, and made four successful title defenses.

He won the WBO junior welterweight world title at the age of 23 in September, 2004, and made six successful title defenses before vacating the title to move up in weight.

Real Name: Miguel Angel Cotto
Nickname: Junito
Birth date: October 29, 1980 (age 29)
Nationality: Puerto Rico
Division: Welterweight
Height: 5ft. 7in. (1.70m)
Reach: 67" (170cm)

Miguel Cotto Boxing Record
Total fights: 35
Wins: 34
Wins by KO: 27
Losses: 1
Draws: 0
Major Titles: WBO Light Welterweight Champion, WBA Welterweight Champion, WBO Welterweight Champion

Pacquiao vs Cotto HBO 24/7 Episode 2 Video Clips

Watch Pacquiao-Cotto fight video of HBO 24/7 Episode 2 that aired October 31, 2009. Manny Pacquiao opens camp in the familiar confines of the Wild Card gym in Hollywood, California.

Meanwhile, Puerto Rico’s Miguel Cotto continues his training in Tampa, Fla. and is treated to a birthday celebration by his wife and children, as both fighters prepare for their Nov. 14 pay-per-view fight in Las Vegas.

Manny Pacquiao vs Miguel Cotto 24/7 Episode 2 Video HBO

Watch Pacquiao vs Cotto Fight Online Free Live Match

Watch Pacquiao vs Cotto Online FreeLive on Toprank PPV pay-per-view, witness this year's one of the greatest boxing fight - the match between Manny Pacquiao and Miguel Cotto. Rated at 145 pounds, Cotto will be defending his WBO Welterweight title against Pacquiao, known as the world's best pound-for-pound boxer.

Scheduled on November 14, 2009 the Pacquiao vs Cotto start time will be at 9PM ET/6PM PT with live broadcast on PPV courtesy of Toprank. So if you haven't subscribed to the service yet, better do so, or else you'll be sorry.

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Miguel CottoBiography and Boxing Record
Real name: Miguel Angel Cotto Vazquez
Nickname: Junito
Rated at: Welterweight
Height: 5ft. 7in. (1.70m)
Nationality: Puerto Rico
Birth date: October 29, 1980
Age: 29

Miguel Cotto Boxing Record
Total fights: 35
Wins: 34
Wins by KO: 27
Losses: 1
Draws: 0
No contests: 0

Manny PacquiaoBiography and Boxing Record
Real name: Emmanuel Dapidran Pacquiao
Nicknames: Pac-Man, Fighting Pride of the Philippines, The Mexicutioner
Rated at: Light Welterweight
Height: 5 ft 6.5 in
Nationality: Filipino
Birth date: December 17, 1978
Age 30

Manny Pacquiao Boxing record
Total fights: 54
Wins: 49
Wins by KO: 37
Losses: 3
Draws: 2