Undefeated Floyd Mayweather Takes On “The Pride of Puerto Rico” Miguel Cotto This Saturday May 5th, 2012 Live From Las Vegas

by Dish Systems Team

Posted on May 4, 2012

Mayweather vs Cotto This weekend is the big fight between Floyd Mayweather and Miguel Cotto. We have Mayweather who has yet to feel the sting of defeat fighting against “The Pride of Puerto Rico,” Miguel Cotto. This is already set to be one of the biggest fights of 2012, as Floyd Mayweather and Miguel Cotto prepare to face off for the junior middleweight championship on Saturday May 5 at the MGM Grand Las Vegas, Nevada. Mayweather stands as the undefeated fighter and Cotto will have to win decisively to prevail. Will it happen? Let’s take a look back at their history as fighters:
  • Miguel Cotto: Cotto is fresh off of a victory against Antonio Margarito from a tenth round TKO. Controversy swarms these two fighters that have fought before with claims that Magarito beat Cotto in 2008, because Margarito was using loaded gloves. With this recent win Cotto has gotten his confidence back and is ready to take it into the ring with Mayweather. He fights steady and stays with his opponent and doesn’t throw in many tricks. He shouldn’t try and match Mayweather speed because this will just hinder his performance. Do you think he has what it takes to be Mayweather?
  • Floyd Mayweather: Ironically Mayweather is also fresh off a controversial win. He beat Victor Ortiz in September by taking advantage of his inattention and knocking him out cold. While this is a legal move in the fighting world it did ruffle the feathers of the general public, but let’s face it that’s the story of his career. Mayweather is the clear front runner to win this fight with his superior speed and the superior counter punching move make his defense tactics top notch. He also has momentum on his side, hoping to continue his undefeated winning streak. Do you think Miguel Cotto will be the one to break that streak?
Whichever way it goes you are in for the fight of the year so far. Skills are there for both fighters, so it will most likely come down to who wants it more. You won’t want to miss this! DISH Pay-Per-View wants to get you ringside for this event, so order this PPV event today! To learn more about DISH satellite TV services visit us at DISH-Systems or call (888)566-3979. Who are you rooting for?