Miguel insists that his aim is “Total Victory,” stressing: “Freddie will make the plan leading to success. I have but one thing on my mind, and that’s about bringing security to my family, with their future at stake, so I’m going to give my absolute and utmost best and on November 21st we will have victory!”
Miguel Cotto is working with physical coach Gavin McMillan, while Freddie Roach is in charge of planning, plus strategy and training in the gym.
The WBC Champion makes the second defense of the title he won after defeating Argentinian Sergio “Maravilla” Martinez
Cotto, who has a record of 40-4 with 33 KO´s, will be turning thirty five this coming month.