Pacman now ready to knock-out Cotto on November 14
Despite the two typhoons that hit the Philippines, the world's top pound for pound boxer Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao is confident he can defeat the top boxer of Puerto Rico Miguel Cotto in their incoming fight on November 14 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. No less than Pacquiao's superstar coach Freddie Roach boldly predicted that his ward will win by knock-out against the much bigger Cotto in their incoming much awaited fight. Roach who went from his comfort zone in Wildcard Gym in Los Angeles to go to Baguio City, the summer capital of the Philippines to train Pacquiao said the Filipino superstar is now 75 percent ready in his fight against Cotto three weeks before the actual fight. The hall of fame boxing coach also revealed the two knockdowns imposed by Pacquiao to his sparring mate rising boxing star the undefeated American Shawn Porter is a big testament that his favorite pupil will cut the lights out of Cotto in their highly anticipated fight. Porter who resembles the fighting style of Cotto and much bigger than the Filipino boxing phenomenon got the shock of his life when Pacquiao floored him during their intense sparring session. Aside from Porter, Mexican boxing star and former champion Jose Luis Castillo who almost beat Floyd Mayweather during their past fight also suffered the wrath of Pacquiao during their sparring session. Although Castillo did not fall during their fight, Castillo suffered a swollen face when he faces Pacquiao toe to toe in their sparring session. Castillo said Cotto will be surprised by the speed and power of Pacquiao when they would face each other in the ring. The American trainer said despite the typhoons that hit the Philippines, Pacquiao was still able to have a great training including a aqua training at the swimming pool. He said come November 14, Pacquiao will surely emerge victorious against Cotto in their scheduled fight. Boxing fans seeking to watch a professional boxing fight at its best to grab cheap Boxing tickets to not miss the chance to watch the Cotto-Pacquiao fight live.