Felix "Tito" Trinidad gives Boxing Prediction on Manny Pacquiao vs Miguel Cotto
By Johnny Benz (Nov 12, 2009) DoghouseBoxing  
The Saturday Live on HBO Pay Per View, it's Manny Pacquiao vs Miguel Cotto. The highly anticipated bout has everyone talking and giving their prediction on the outcome. One such person giving his prediction on the fight is Felix "Tito" Trinidad.

Felix Trinidad believes Miguel Cotto is Manny Pacquiao's most dangerous foe to date. Trinidad feels that by the middle rounds Cotto will begin to take control of the action and believes with all his heart the Cotto will be

In regards to his feelings on the match-up as well as prediction on the outcome, Trinidad states: "Manny is a big puncher and a good boxer, but he has never faced a natural welterweight like Miguel. Cotto is the most dangerous fight of Pacquiao’s career. On the night of the fight, Pacquiao will still not be a full welterweight. And Cotto is very strong. As the fight plays out, around rounds 7, 8, 9, that’s when Cotto starts taking over. I think Cotto will win be decision, but he might even get a knockout. With all of my heart I think Miguel Cotto will win."

Folks, you don't need me to tell you that Manny Pacquiao vs. Miguel Cotto is a must watch fight. You can order the fight and watch the telecast live on HBO PPV. To find out more information, such as start times and purchase price for this event, check with your local cable provider or satellite dish receiver.

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