News | Aug 16 2017

Miguel Cotto explains why he has ‘no regrets’ as he winds down Hall of Fame career

Miguel Cotto says Kamegai is the 'best' opponent for him at this stage
Miguel Cotto
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FOUR-WEIGHT world champion Miguel Cotto intends to call time on his Hall of Fame career at the end of this year, and insists he has ‘no regrets’ over how it has panned out.

The Puerto Rican warlord faces Japan’s Yoshihiro Kamegai at the StubHub Center in Carson, California on August 26 for the vacant WBO world super-welterweight title.

He hopes to fight once more afterward to close the curtain on one of the most thrilling careers in recent years, and as such has reflected on his time in boxing so far.