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Canelo vs. Cotto 2015: Prediction, Latest Betting Odds And What To Expect In ...

Only Floyd Mayweather against Manny Pacquiao has more hype this year Saturday fight between Miguel Cotto and rumo Alvarez. While the mega-fight from May 2 was considered a dull disappointment throughout comfortable fans, the next agent weighty title may struggle ended up as one of the most exciting fights of 2015.

Because of Mayweather’s style and defensive bravery, fans never had much of a chance of the best boxers of their generation did go blow blow. But Saturday’s fight could be converted into a slugfest, a consideration of the styles of Alvarez and Cotto.

There was not a dull moment in Alvarez’s last fight, when he and James Kirkland traded punches for less than three full rounds until the latter have been correct. Alvarez won his last three fights, two victories to get through the early termination.

Cotto may not have as much power as Alvarez, but he has won his last three fights by knockout. Cotto final opponent, Daniel Geale, it does not get past the fourth round. He previously knocked out Sergio Martinez in the 10th round and Delvin Rodriguez in the third round.

Alvarez was a bigger favorite than Mayweather, but Saturday’s fight certainly harder to call. After the start of the week as favorite -300, Alvarez commitment likely to -260 on Bovada.lv. Cotto is a 200 underdog.

If Cotto pull off the upset, it may be an early-round knockout. His career has seen a revival since joining coach Freddie Roach, and he has the ability to fight every morning ends with his devastating left hook.

But Alvarez has never knock, and his size advantage could help him upright for the entire fight. Two centimeters longer with a 3.5-inch reach advantage Alvarez weighed heavier than £ 1.5 Cotto on Friday. He can more than £ 20 over the catch weight of £ 155 when he actually steps into the ring on Saturday night.

Alvarez is 10 years younger than the 35-year-old Cotto, and he will get the advantage of the longer the fight goes. If Alvarez can make it through the early rounds, he can Cotto wears off and score a late knockout.

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