Difference between revisions of "Floyd Mayweather Jr vs. Miguel Cotto"

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[[File:Floyd Mayweather Jr vs. Miguel Cotto (poster).jpg|thumb|right|260px|Official Fight Poster]]
 
[[File:Floyd Mayweather Jr vs. Miguel Cotto (poster).jpg|thumb|right|260px|Official Fight Poster]]
 
<fight>1652401</fight>
 
<fight>1652401</fight>
*'''Aired On:''' [[HBO Pay-Per-View]]
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*'''Promoters:''' Mayweather Promotions, [[Golden Boy Promotions]]
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*'''Aired On:''' [[HBO Pay-Per-View]] "Ring Kings"
 
*'''[[World Boxing Association]] Super World Light Middleweight Title''' (3rd defense by Cotto)
 
*'''[[World Boxing Association]] Super World Light Middleweight Title''' (3rd defense by Cotto)
 
*'''[[WBC]] Diamond Light Middleweight Title''' (vacant)
 
*'''[[WBC]] Diamond Light Middleweight Title''' (vacant)

Revision as of 05:17, 5 May 2012

Official Fight Poster

2012-05-05 : Floyd Mayweather Jr 151 lbs beat Miguel Cotto 154 lbs by UD in round 12 of 12

Notes

  • Floyd Mayweather Jr. 42-0 (26 KOs) vs. Miguel Cotto 37-2 (30 KOs)
  • Mayweather entered as the # 2 pound-for-pound fighter in the world and the # 2 welterweight according to The Ring Magazine. Cotto, a 4.5/1 betting underdog, was ranked as the # 1 junior middleweight by the same publication. [1] [2]
  • For Mayweather, it was only the second time in his professional career he had fought at the 154 pound limit. In his previous bout at 154, which was five years to the day earlier, he earned a split-decision over Oscar De La Hoya for the WBC Light Middleweight Title. it was Cotto's fourth fight at 154 lbs.
  • The purse for the bout was split 65/35 in favor of Mayweather. [3]
  • Ticket prices for the event ranged from $200 to $1,500,[4]
  • As part of the pre-fight buildup, HBO aired its "24/7" series which documented some of the training of the fighters leading up to the bout.
  • The price of the pay-per-view was $59.95. It was also shown in 440 theaters, most of which charged about $20 per person. [5] [6]