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RingTv image The upside of Felix Verdejo

The upside of Felix Verdejo

As we head toward Felix Verdejo’s HBO moment this Saturday, we have to ask: Does the undefeated Puerto Rican have more upside than fellow Islander Miguel Cotto?

RingTv image Lou DiBella strikes back

Lou DiBella strikes back

Promoter Lou DiBella has heard it all, has seen all the internet memes about his fighter, former RING middleweight champion Sergio Martinez. And now, it’s time to strike back at those who might just be a little misinformed.

RingTv image Dougie’s Monday mailbag

Dougie’s Monday mailbag

In this week’s Monday mailbag, some fans rave about Miguel Cotto’s impressive fourth-round stoppage of Daniel Geale, other fans rant about the catchweight of the RING/WBC middleweight championship bout, but everybody is looking forward to Cotto facing Canelo Alvarez in the fall (and more fans like the Puerto Rican star’s chances after Saturday’s performance).

RingTv image Video: Miguel Cotto says he’s ready for Canelo Alvarez next

Video: Miguel Cotto says he’s ready for Canelo Alvarez next

RING/WBC middleweight champ Miguel Cotto addressed the boxing media during the post-fight presser following his fourth-round TKO of Daniel Geale in Brooklyn, N.Y. Miguel spoke about his year off, Gennady Golovkin, the talked about superbout with Canelo Alvarez, and the possible catchweight for that fight. Cotto’s trainer Freddie Roach also spoke about Cotto-Canelo.

RingTv image Video: Oscar De La Hoya says Cotto-Canelo will be made

Video: Oscar De La Hoya says Cotto-Canelo will be made

Oscar De La Hoya was ringside for Miguel Cotto’s impressive four-round KO of Daniel Geale. The Golden Boy Promotions President is confident that a superfight between Cotto, THE RING/WBC middleweight champ, and Mexican star Canelo Alvarez can be made. “The fans are guaranteed action,” De La Hoya said.

RingTv image Miguel Cotto: 153.6 pounds, Daniel Geale: 157

Miguel Cotto: 153.6 pounds, Daniel Geale: 157

Miguel Cotto and Daniel Geale made weight for their middleweight championship bout on Saturday at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. Cotto, the defending RING and WBC titleholder, weighed in at 153.6 pounds (under the junior middleweight limit). Geale weighed in at the contracted limit of 157 pounds (three pounds under the middleweight limit).

RingTv image Dougie’s Friday mailbag

Dougie’s Friday mailbag

In this week’s Friday mailbag, fans from the around the world share their thoughts and opinions on tomorrow night’s Miguel Cotto-Daniel Geale middleweight title fight and the controversial catchweight of the HBO-televised showdown from Brooklyn, as well as other boxing subjects and mythical matchups. Enjoy!

RingTv image Q&A: Jayson Velez

Q&A: Jayson Velez

Jayson Velez, a native of Caguas, Puerto Rico, fighting under Miguel Cotto’s promotional banner, faces Daniel Ramirez in his first headliner on Thursday’s LA Fight Club. The unbeaten featherweight contender says he will make a statement that will prove he belongs among the elite of the deep 126-pound division.

RingTv image Video: Daniel Geale says catchweight won’t save Miguel Cotto

Video: Daniel Geale says catchweight won’t save Miguel Cotto

RingTV’s Bill Emes spoke to former two-belt middleweight titleholder Daniel Geale about the Australian veteran’s June 6 challenge to RING/WBC champ Miguel Cotto in this exclusive interview (with workout footage). Geale and his trainer spoke about the catchweight, his sparring partners and the Cotto-Canelo talks.