Cotto VS Kamegai (Golden Boy Promotions) Gallery and Quotes

Cotto VS Kamegai scorecardSaturday August, 26th 2017

StubHub Center, Carson, California

Photos: Amanda Armstrong/ TrihexPhotography.com

Miguel Cotto:

“I tried to do my best, and I think I did that tonight. I am happy with my performance. He’s a tough fighter, and was a tough opponent. It was during round 5 or 6 that I knew he was going to make it to the 12 rounds. Come December 31st, I will retire, I’ve did it and done it all. I’m 36 going on 37, and I think I’ve come to the end of my career. I will fight once more in December. I’ll let Freddie tell you who I want.”

Freddie Roach:

“We want the winner of Canelo-GGG”

Yoshihiro Kamegai:

“I felt so much frustration not being able to land any of my punches. I could not catch him at all. I couldn’t catch him at all. He is such a talented legend, I am so glad I got the opportunity to fight him.”

Cotto VS Kamegai Cotto VS Kamegai Cotto VS Kamegai Cotto VS Kamegai Cotto VS Kamegai Cotto VS Kamegai Cotto VS Kamegai Cotto VS Kamegai Cotto VS Kamegai Cotto VS Kamegai Cotto VS Kamegai Cotto VS Kamegai Cotto VS Kamegai Cotto VS Kamegai Cotto VS Kamegai Cotto VS Kamegai Cotto VS Kamegai Cotto VS Kamegai Cotto VS Kamegai Cotto VS Kamegai Cotto VS Kamegai Cotto VS Kamegai Cotto VS Kamegai Cotto VS Kamegai Cotto VS Kamegai Cotto VS Kamegai Cotto VS Kamegai Cotto VS Kamegai Cotto VS Kamegai Cotto VS Kamegai Cotto VS Kamegai Cotto VS Kamegai Cotto VS Kamegai Cotto VS Kamegai Cotto VS Kamegai

Vargas VS Rios Weigh In, WBC Super Bantamweight Title

WBC Super Bantamweight Title 12 Rounds

Ray Vargas, Mexico City, MEX. 29-0 (22KO’s)

VS

Ronny Rios, Santa Ana, CA 28-1 (13 KOs).

Photos: Amanda Armstrong/ TrihexPhotography.com

Rey Vargas 121.6 vs. Ronny Rios 122

Rey Vargas 121.6 vs. Ronny Rios 122

Vargas VS Rios , Golden Boy Boxing, HBO Boxing  WBC Vargas VS Rios , Golden Boy Boxing, HBO Boxing  WBC Vargas VS Rios , Golden Boy Boxing, HBO Boxing  WBC Vargas VS Rios , Golden Boy Boxing, HBO Boxing  WBC

 

 

 

Cotto VS Kamegai Weigh In

Weigh In results for August 26th 2017 for Cotto VS Kamegai for the

 WBO Junior Middleweight Title at the StubHub Center in Carson, California

Photos: Amanda Armstrong/ TrihexPhotography.com

Cotto Kamegai weigh in golden boy boxing

Miguel Cotto (40-5, 33 KOs) weighed in at 153.6 pounds .

Cotto Kamegai weigh in Golden Boy Boxing

Yoshihiro Kamegai (27-3-2, 24 KOs) weighed in at 153.8 lbs..

Cotto Kamegai Golden Boy Boxing weigh incotto kamegai golden boy boxing

HALL OF FAME TRAINER FREDDIE ROACH SHARES TRAINING CAMP DETAILS

Fight week countdown

Amanda Armstrong

It’s a busy fight week, conference calls are done, and now all that is left is the media arrivals and final live conference. The call this week was a very short and simple call. Cotto was calm and direct to the point. He is ready to fight, and that is all.

December 31st 2017 is the day Cotto retires from boxing. No matter who, or how they ask Cotto, there was no way his answer was going to change. December 31st, that is the date.

 Cotto stated in previous statements earlier this year that he wanted to fight two more times this year. This statement was made around the time the original fight date of February in Texas  VS Kirkland was on the books (see article here). It is now end of August… can we see one last fight spilling over into 2018? How will the Golden Boy multi-fight deal play out? Multi=2? But what ever plays out Cotto has had an amazing career and has a new journey ahead of him as “Promoter”.

Translated from cottopromotions.com

Mission

Working for the boxer and boxer, this being our priority, which will create an atmosphere of trust and improved performance by them. This in turn gives us the platform for Miguel Cotto Promotions and H2 Entertainment are leading boxing promotion in Puerto Rico, thanks to the humanization and respect given to the athlete through a fair and honest environment. This structure ensures new boxing stars that provide a profitable show for sponsors and audience appeal.

HALL OF FAME TRAINER FREDDIE ROACH SHARES TRAINING CAMP DETAILS AS MIGUEL COTTO PREPARES FOR YOSHIHIRO KAMEGAI IN BATTLE FOR VACANT WBO JUNIOR MIDDLEWEIGHT TITLE

COTTO VS. KAMEGAI TAKES PLACE ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 26 AT STUBHUB CENTER TELEVISED LIVE ON HBO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING®

LOS ANGELES (July 26, 2017): World renowned trainer Freddie Roach shared important details regarding the training camp of Miguel Cotto (40-5, 33 KOs), the only Puerto Rican boxer to ever win world titles in four divisions, as he prepares to go to war for the vacant WBO Junior Middleweight title against the Japanese slugger Yoshihiro “El Maestrito” Kamegai (27-3-2, 24 KOs). Cotto will attempt to obtain a sixth world title in four divisions and will appear on HBO for an astounding 23rd time. The event takes place Saturday, August 26 at the StubHub Center in Carson, California and will be televised live on HBO World Championship Boxing® beginning at 9:45 p.m. ET/PT.

Roach, a Hall of Fame trainer who was supervising a recent sparring session at the Wild Card Boxing Club, shared Cotto’s training camp routine, which consists of:

Strength and conditioning at 5:00 am with Gavin McMillan (exercises are done either at the gym, pool, nearby hills or at the track).

Breakfast at around 8:30 am. (Cotto likes to cook all his meals himself; his diet is normal, avoiding fried food).

 Light snack at around 11:15 am. Sparring three days a week at 1:00 pm on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

Boxing routine on at 1:00 pm on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

 Dinner at around 5:30 pm.

Roach also provided additional training camp details, including the strategy for taking advantage of the exciting and crowd-pleasing style of Kamegai.

“Kamegai [Yoshihiro] is very aggressive and I like that. I think it should make for a great fight because he’s coming forward all the time and always looking for a knockout. Guys who look for knockouts, get knocked out. So, we’re working on countering his attack, and it’s going really well so far,” Roach concluded.

“I feel great, everything is working perfectly in camp together with Freddie and Gavin on every workout session. Freddie has a great game plan and I just follow him and do my best every day at gym. We look forward to have a big win” Miguel Cotto said.

“For more than 16 years, Miguel Cotto has represented Puerto Rico. He has given fans incredible fights at a number of weight classes, and has won world titles in an astounding four divisions,” said Oscar De La Hoya. “Now, after nearly two years out of the ring, as he attempts to claim a sixth championship belt, we are fully expecting a tough war between him and Kamegai.”

Cotto vs. Kamegai, a 12-round fight for the vacant WBO World Junior Middleweight Championship, is presented by Golden Boy Promotions and Miguel Cotto Promotions in association with Teiken Promotions and sponsored by Tecate “BORN BOLD” and Casa Mexico Tequila. Rey Vargas vs. Ronny Rios is a 12-round world championship fight for the WBC Super Bantamweight Title, and is presented by Golden Boy Promotions in association with Promociones del Pueblo. The event will take place Saturday, August 26 at the StubHub Center in Carson, Calif. and will be televised live on HBO World

Championship Boxing® beginning at 9:45 p.m. ET/PT. Tickets for Cotto vs. Kamegai are on sale and priced at $200, $100, $50 and $25, plus applicable taxes, fees and services charges. Tickets can be purchased at AXS.com, by phone at 888-9-AXSTIX (888-929-7849), and at StubHub Center Box Office (Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. PT to 6 p.m. PT). VIP Suites are available by calling 877-604-8777. For more information on group discounts or VIP packages, call 877-234-8425.

GOLDEN BOY PROMOTIONS PLACES SPOTLIGHT ON FOUR-DIVISION WORLD CHAMPION MIGUEL COTTO

COTTO VS. KAMEGAI HEADLINES HBO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING® LIVE FROM STUBHUB CENTER ON AUG. 26

I will be attending this event as part of media, and again will be bringing you the best in updates, video and of course my fight night images! I will be sharing official press releases and video. I will be in California starting my coverage at weigh ins on August 25th.

-“Amazing” Amanda Armstrong (Triple A)

Video Credit: Golden Boy Promotions

LOS ANGELES (Aug. 15, 2017) Miguel Cotto (40-5, 33 KOs), the only boxer from Puerto Rico to earn five world titles in four weight divisions, will look to capture his sixth world title when he takes on Yoshihiro “El Maestrito” Kamegai (27-3-2, 24 KOs) for the WBO Junior Middleweight title. Cotto will make his triumphant return to the ring after a layoff of nearly two years and will appear on HBO for an astounding 23rd time. The event takes place Saturday, Aug. 26 at the StubHub Center in Carson, California and will be televised live on HBO World Championship Boxing® beginning at 9:45 p.m. ET/PT. The future Hall of Famer spoke about the importance of his extensive career, his partnership with Golden Boy Promotions, and his father in developing his family-first outlook.

Here is what Miguel Cotto had to say in an exclusive Q&A Session:

“I have proved my whole career that I have been ready for anyone. I am a good boxer and I have no doubt that I can match anyone. As I look at my career, I have no regrets, everything has worked out and I am proud of the legacy I have built. I think one of the more satisfying fights I’ve been in was my victory against Antonio Margarito — I got my revenge against him then.”

“In my time off, I feel like I’ve become a more mature, more focused, complete fighter. Our partnership with Golden Boy Promotions is part of that — Oscar De La Hoya and his company have always been there to support me and my team, and I am glad I get to share the last leg of my career with them in the best way possible. We have already seen the positives of working with them, and we are excited for the partnership we have developed that goes beyond this fight.”

“I became the man I am today because of my father. He taught me the way you have to be, to put your family first in your life. I have no doubt that my father, mother and whole family are proud of me. The discipline that my family has taught me is the same that I want to show my kids, that they too can achieve their goals and dreams just as I have. I think above being a great boxer, I take a bigger pride in being a great father.”

“Kamegai is the best opponent for me right now in my career — he is a warrior in the ring. When we were looking through our options, he was one of the first names that popped up. I don’t really worry about what or how my opponent trains – all that matters is how well our team prepares. Freddie Roach has always been good to me, has been critical to my preparation over the years, and our team has always enjoyed working together like a family. I will be prepared for Kamegai on August 26 mentally and physically. It will be a great fight.”

Cotto vs. Kamegai, a 12-round fight for the vacant WBO World Junior Middleweight Championship, is presented by Golden Boy Promotions and Miguel Cotto Promotions in association with Teiken Promotions and sponsored by Tecate “BORN BOLD,” Casa Mexico Tequila and Fred Loya Insurance. Rey Vargas vs. Ronny Rios is a 12-round world championship fight for the WBC Super Bantamweight Title, and is presented by Golden Boy Promotions in association with Promociones del Pueblo. The event will take place Saturday, Aug. 26 at the StubHub Center in Carson, Calif. and will be televised live on HBO World Championship Boxing beginning at 9:45 p.m. ET/PT.

Tickets for the almost sold-out Cotto vs. Kamegai are still available and priced at $200, $100, and $50, plus applicable taxes, fees and services charges. Tickets can be purchased at AXS.com, by phone at 888-9-AXS-TIX (888-929-7849), and at StubHub Center Box Office (Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. PT to 6 p.m. PT). VIP Suites are available by calling 877-604-8777. For more information on group discounts or VIP packages, call 877-234-8425