In Rusty’s Corner

Rusty Rubin is a veteran boxing writer

A lot of sports will be televised this Saturday, and while nothing, including the Kentucky Derby (wish I could get down there again) is easy to pick, the fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Miguel Cotto might be the easiest, as they will be featured at the MGM in Vegas for a 12-rounder for Mayweather’s WBA super welterweight title on PPV 일러스트 10 다운로드.

It’s not that Mayweather is unbeatable (although he has been up till now), except for Manny Pacquiao, there is not a lot of talent out there, and I won’t hold my breath waiting for that fight to ever happen.

So exactly what tools does Cotto bring into the fight? Age is one advantage. At 31, Cotto brings a four year advantage here. Neither is a big enough puncher to expect a quick KO, although both have more than ample power to wear the other down 질투나요 baby 다운로드.

Cotto has other problems, mainly Mayweather’s speed (foot and hand), his two reach disadvantage to Floyd makes it imperative to get inside, and to get inside you first have to catch Mayweather or slow him down with a power punch or two.

On paper, Floyd, 42-0 (26), it seems like an easy mis-match. I just can see no way that Cotto can out-speed him.

Mayweather should be able to land enough punches to either stop Cotto late, or win an easy unanimous decision.***

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RUSTY WOULD LIKE TO URGE ALL HIS FRIENDS TO LIST THE FOLLOWING INFO ON YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA PAGE AS WELL AS YOUR E-MAIL. “HAVING BEEN BLESSED WITH SO MANY GREAT PEOPLE IN MY LIFE, I HAVE CHOSEN NOT TO GET INVOLVED WITH NETWORKING, I’MJUST TOO DAMN OLD FOR THAT”.

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I now have some time to try to finish this latest work, which, God willing, will bring the world so much closer to finding a cure for cancer. Please send me your miracles at rustyrubin@sbcglobal.net

Please allow me to recommend, two other great books, the “Arc of Boxing” by Mike Silver and “My Life among the Icons” by Johnny Ortiz.

In these hard economic times, any or all of these books will make an excellent and inexpensive presents to the boxing fan(s) in your life. They are especially appreciated gifts if the recipient is tired of watching re-runs of sit-coms and the far-less than significant reality shows. In short, read a great book and support a great cause.

Where’s the “Gillette Cavalcade of Sports” when you need it? Make your friend or loved one ‘look sharp’, ‘feel sharp’ and be ‘sharp.’ So how are you fixed for books? You’d better check’ to parrot an old commercial.

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You and the book-gift recipient will be glad you made the right choice (or the write choice)!***

Finally, “My 2012 New Year’s resolution was to spend the rest of my life helping others, and I really need your hell to do that.. Please get in the ring with me to add power to all the voices that are crying out for a cure to dread diseases.

Keep punching, always….Rusty

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