Miguel Cotto vs. Austin Trout: Watch Live Showtime Boxing Stream Online for Free; Preview
If you are a fan of the sport of boxing, chances are you have been looking forward to the Miguel Cotto vs. Austin Trout fight for quite some time. On Saturday, these two will face off for the WBA Super Welterweight Championship at Madison Square Garden in New York, New York. The Fight card can be seen on Showtime at 9 p.m. ET. However, if you are unable to watch the fight on TV, you can watch the live stream online for free by clicking here.
Miguel Cotto will make the ring walk as the clear favorite by many fans and Vegas odds makers. The Puerto Rican has an overall record of 37 wins and just three losses. 30 of his wins came by the way of knock out. Cotto was last seen giving Floyd Mayweather the toughest fight of his career. Even though Cotto lost to Mayweather, he gained a ton of fans in defeat by fighting his heart out for every second of every round.
The challenger, Austin Trout, heads into this fight with an overall record of 25 wins and zero losses. He has 13 wins coming by way of knockout. At just 27 years old, Trout is clearly the younger and hungrier fighter, but he has yet to face anyone as talented or experiences as Miguel Cotto.
If we had to make a prediction on this fight, we would say that Miguel Cotto will win by knockout on Saturday night. Austin Trout has a lot of potential as a professional fighter, but his current professional record proved that he has been guarded safely. He lacks experience against elite fighters like Cotto. Eventually we believe Trout could be a very good fighter, but he isn't at that level yet. We expect Cotto to give Trout a boxing lesson on Saturday night.
With all that said, we certainly hope it is a great fight for everyone tuning in.
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