Behind the scenes: Mayweather vs Cotto press tour

Follow Floyd Mayweather and Miguel Cotto as they embark on their three-city press tour to promote their upcoming May 5 clash. The pair came out to packed crowds in auditoriums across Puerto Rico, New York City and Los Angeles, and the HBO cameras were there to capture it all…

Puerto Rico

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Mayweather vs Cotto promo

Awesome fan made Mayweather vs Cotto promo, dubbed with the gruff tones of troubled rapper DMX. Just brilliant.

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Mayweather vs Cotto LA presser pics

Floyd Mayweather and Miguel Cotto made the last stop on their three-city press tour yesterday afternoon when they brought the ‘Ring Kings’ show to Los Angeles’ Chinese Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard.

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Mayweather vs Cotto NYC presser pics

The Floyd Mayweather and Miguel Cotto took their ‘Ring Kings’ show to New York City yesterday afternoon as they hit Harlem’s world famous Apollo Theater to announce their May 5 showdown.

In another high-end production Mayweather and Cotto were played into the arena by trumpeters and took their place on the stage on gold thrones flanked by smaller seats for their trainers and promoters.

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Mayweather vs Cotto Puerto Rico presser pics and vid

Floyd Mayweather and Miguel Cotto kicked off the press tour for their WBA light-middleweight title contest yesterday in front of a sellout crowd in Cotto’s native Puerto Rico.

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Mayweather vs Cotto on BoxNation

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The subscription channel is the first of its kind for UK fight fans and has scored a major coup landing the biggest draw in boxing on its schedule in what is set to be one of the year’s mega-fights.