Sergio Martinez and Miguel Cotto will face off in Madison Square Garden on Saturday night in a bout for Martinez’s middleweight title. Martinez is ranked as the fifth best pound-for-pound boxer in the world, whereas Cotto enters having dropped two of his last three fights. Can Cotto reclaim his position as a main draw, or will he be outclassed by the older champion? Below are a preview and boxing odds, courtesy of BetDSI.
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