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Miguel Cotto to Battle Sergio Martinez in 2014 World Championship Boxing at MSG
Tensions will surely be running high on the evening of June 7 at Madison Square Garden. In one of the most anticipated boxing matchups of 2014, rivals Miguel Cotto (38-4) and Sergio Martinez (51-2-2) will go head to head for the first time ever. For Cotto, who is a former champion at junior welterweight, junior middleweight, and welterweight, the fight will mark his first time competing at middleweight. Cotto’s decision to move up a weight class was made in order to be able to challenge Martinez, who has been the reigning Ring Middleweight champion since 2010. However, his June 7 date with Cotto will be Martinez’s first fight since suffering a major knee injury during his unanimous defeat of Martin Murray in April 2013.
Cotto, meanwhile, last prevailed as well, handling Delvin Rodriguez in October by way of technical knockout. The win helped snap a two-fight skid which included losses to Austin Trout and Floyd Mayweather, Jr. Martinez has not lost since 2009 versus Paul Williams, an opponent he eventually evened the score with just less than a year later. While nothing is expected to be announced prior to the fight, rumors have circulated that the fight could very well be the last for Martinez, who has been forced to endure increased struggles with injuries in recent years.