Cotto vs Judah $Spolier$
Amazing fight lastnight at a packed out 20,000 seater madison square garden.
The fight looked like going either way at times, with Judahs lighting speed and powerful uppercuts, which had Cotto rocked on many occasions. And with Cottos constant pressure and power hooks to head and body.
After round nine Cotto was dominating the fight, even though Judah would throw a couple of punches a round that would stun Cotto, Judahs dad Yoel was shouting at this son to let his hands go because when he did he seemed to have Cotto in serious trouble. With Cotto bleeding from the mouth and head, and Judah looking worse after only being able to see out of one eye. But in round 10 Cotto had Judah in big trouble but the round saved him, and then in round 11 Cotto dropped Judah, Judah got up and continued but he was stopped by the referee on the ropes after another barriage of hard punches by Cotto.
This was a very unpredicable fight, and had me pumped when i heard that they were matched up a couple of months ago. This is exactly what boxing need along with fights of recent such as Kelly Pavlik and Edison Miranda to keep boxing on the map after the rise in the UFC.
post edited by no1 - 2007/06/10 14:11:40