2005 best BOXING fight – Miguel Angel Cotto vs Ricardo Torres – fight Video

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5_stars_allthebestfights Review: Miguel Angel Cotto vs Ricardo Torres was a very exciting fight, in almost every round there is a knockdown! Both boxers had never lost, they were of the same age and had many victories for Ko, however, Cotto had more experience at international level and in this fight he defended his WBO light welterweight title for the fourth time, instead for Torres this was his first fight in the United States and for a world title. Watch the video!

Date: 2005-09-24

Where: Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States

Division: light welterweight

Title: WBO light welterweight title

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Miguel Angel Cotto def. Ricardo Torres (KO at 1:52, round 7)



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2 comments on “2005 best BOXING fight – Miguel Angel Cotto vs Ricardo Torres – fight Video”

  1. That was just awesome, I remember watching it and taping it on VHS when I was a teen :) I watched it over and over. Most amazing Cotto fight in my opinion, he showed such bravery. The ref could have stopped the fight a couple of times :) No idea what Torres did after that, sadly.

    Torres retired at 29 with a 33-2 record. Something tells me boxing wasn’t his priority, even though he came back to the US to fight some top guys.


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