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MANNY PACQUIAO vs. MIGUEL COTTO (Site/Slone) 

Description : Official Slone art limited edition MGM Grand commissioned onsite poster from the showdown at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas for the WBO Welterweight Title. Another great fight that I was so fortunate to be in attendance at the MGM grand Garden Arena. I myself thought that this was a step to far for Manny Pacquiao & I favored Miguel Cotto to win big-time!

On November 14, 2009, Manny Pacquiao defeated Miguel Angel Cotto by TKO in the twelfth round at the MGM Grand Las Vegas in a fight billed as "Firepower." Manny Pacquiao dominated the fight, knocking Miguel Cotto down in round three and round four, before the referee stopped the fight at 0:55 of round twelve. With this victory, Manny Pacquiao took the WBO Welterweight title & was awarded the WBO Super Championship title and became the first seven-division world champion, the first fighter in boxing history to win world titles in seven different weight divisions. Manny Pacquiao also won the first and special WBC Diamond Championship belt. This belt was created as an honorary championship exclusively to award the winner of a historic fight between two high-profile boxers. After the fight, promoter Bob Arum stated "Manny Pacquiao is the greatest boxer I've ever seen, and I've seen them all, including Ali, Hagler and Sugar Ray Leonard." Miguel Cotto said in a post fight interview: "Miguel Cotto comes to boxing to fight the biggest names, and Manny is one of the best boxers we have of all time."

Postage: £10.00 UK Special Delivery... £20.00 International.

Condition : Excellent / Framed 4 display purposes only!
Size : 24in x 18in
Price : £55.00
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