Floyd Mayweather Vs. Miguel Cotto is one of the most awaited boxing matches this year and they are two of the hottest names in Boxing today and this matchup is set to be one of the biggest battles of 2012, with the American and the Puerto Rican preparing to bump fists at MGM Grand Garden Arena in front of an easily predictable sell-out crowd. Tickets are extremely popular and can reach astronomical prices for the most illustrious seats, reaching an astounding $20,000 for the purchase of ring side seats. Both athletes consider themselves at the top of their game and are expecting a beautiful performance in front of many adoring fans, as each boxer brings forth his own repertoire of skills to the ring.
Floyd Mayweather currently stands on a record of 42-0, with 28 Knockouts. He maintains his prestige as a five-division world champion with seven world titles collected in his career. Nicknamed “Pretty Boy’ or “Money”, he has no professional losses and still holds the current WBC Welterweight Champion title. Mayweather’s start in boxing came about as a result of a troubled connection with his father. He was determined to prove himself as a strong individual and used boxing as an outlet for dealing with the absence of his father in jail, even dropping out of high school to pursue a promising career in boxing. His first real rise within the ranks came since he began his professional career in 1966, which produced unprecedented results that ultimately lead to the capture of his first title and progressive titles.
Miguel Cotto currently stands on a record of 37-2, with 30 Knockouts. Born in Caguas, Puerto Rico, he also goes by the name Junito. His current accolades include four championships in 3 different weight divisions and current reigning WBA (Super) Light Middleweight Champion. His professional debut saw him take on Jason Doucet of the United States and produce a technical knockout that gave him his first win and set him on the pathway towards many more, as well as the gaining of titles. He does however know the bitter sting of defeat, having lost the WBA Welterweight title to Antonio Margarito in 2008 and also the WBO Welterweight title to Manny Macquiao in 2009, however this has not caused him to throw in the towel thus far.
The much anticipated battle between Mayweather and Cotto, the two hardened veterans of the sport will see the winner take home the title of WBA (Super) Light Middleweight; with Mayweather adding another title to his collection of Cotto holding on for a 3rd consecutive run. Either result; there is a definite expectancy for ferocity within the ring and pure skill, agility and power being exerted by both men. The action is set to be broadcast on CNN as a return of reality series 24/7 ensuring the action supersedes the ring itself. The Mayweather Vs.Cotto Tickets are extremely hot; the hottest for any event out there and Ticket Center have available boxing tickets for sale. Be the first to get your seats and gather a piece of boxing history. Do not miss out on this once in a life time opportunity!