Cotto-Trout

RingTv image Nothing fishy as Trout decisions Cotto at The Garden

Nothing fishy as Trout decisions Cotto at The Garden

Miguel Cotto did not like how wide the scorecards were for his unanimous decision loss to Austin Trout on Saturday in New York City, where the Puerto Rican star was previously unbeaten, but there’s no doubt that the 27-year-old southpaw deserved to win.

RingTv image Video: Cotto-Trout final press conference

Video: Cotto-Trout final press conference

Miguel Cotto, Austin Trout, Jayson Velez, Sal Sanchez III and Daniel Jacobs addressed the media at the final press conference for the Showtime-televised Cotto-Trout 154-pound showdown at Madison Square Garden on Saturday.

RingTv image Video: Paul Malignaggi interview

Video: Paul Malignaggi interview

RingTV’s Bill Emes and Lem Satterfield interview WBA welterweight titleholder Paul Malignaggi, who is in New York City for the Miguel Cotto-Austin Trout fight, on an assortment of subjects, including Ricky Hatton and Devon Alexander vs. Kell Brook.

RingTv image Cotto-Trout will be broadcast on Showtime

Cotto-Trout will be broadcast on Showtime

The Dec. 1 showdown between former three-division titleholder Miguel Cotto and undefeated WBA 154-pound beltholder Austin Trout will be broadcast live on Showtime, it was announced during the kick-off press conference for the event in New York City on Monday.