Just like he was given a shot for his World Championship, Miguel Cotto in his farewell fight is doing the same for the New York-based Sadam Ali. Who will come out on Top? Will Miguel Cotto amaze us with a knockout win for the last time before he hangs up the gloves, or will Ali emerge as a new champion? Check out the best Cotto vs Ali odds, and place your bet before December 2.
A surge of emotions will be all around the ring. Miguel Cotto last fight will bring the curtain down on a brilliant 16-year professional career. He is of course planning to retire while staying on top, and he is preparing to retain his title before retiring, in order to be remembered as the champion.
According to online sportsbook sites Miguel Cotto next fight is supposed to be an easy one. Cotto hopes to have a walkover and to give his fans the last knockout, thanks to his natural punching power. If you are a fan of Cotto and believe in his fist, then you may visit BetVictor Sportsbook to check the best Cotto vs Ali odds.
Cotto to End His Career in New York
According to online sportsbook sites the Puerto Rican six-time world champion Miguel Cotto has established himself as one of the toughest boxers. In his 36 now, Miguel Cotto won titles across four weight divisions. He shared a ring with some biggest stars including Floyd Mayweather, Manny Pacquiao, and Saul Alvarez.
Miguel Cotto (source: Tattoo Collections – BleTak)
Miguel Cotto has decided to bid farewell to the boxing ring in New York’s Madison Square Garden, while defending his world light middleweight title. This will be his second appearance after the 2015 defeat against Saul Alvarez, and after his victory against the Japanese slugger Yoshihiro Kamegai in August, 26, by the unanimous decision.
The Best Cotto vs Ali Odds are in Favor of Cotto
Sadam Ali (source: Bad Left Hook)
While Miguel Cotto trainer Freddie Roach is preparing the champion to defend his WBO belt for the last time, the 29-year-old Yemeni-American boxer Sadam Ali is getting ready to give his shot to the title. Will it be a walkover for Cotto, or will Ali leave with a champion belt?
In statistics Miguel Cotto won 41 of his 46 fights so far, 33 of them by knockout. While Ali won 25 of his 26 contests, but was beaten by Jessie Vargas in his only previous world title shot. At BetVictor Sportsbook the odds are in favor of Miguel Cotto to win the fight, and they are 1/14. Yet if you would like to make it a more exciting bet, then you can freely risk it and place your bet on Saddam Ali, where the odds are 13/2, or maybe the fight will strangely end in a draw? Well that is also possible, and the odds for a draw are 25/1.