Miguel Cotto vs Yoshihiro Kamegai Live Fight Time, Date, Live Stream and TV Info, How To Watch Cotto vs Kamegai Fight live update, Odds, what TV Channel, TV Schedule, stream, odds & match preview and more info, Date: August 26, 2017, Time: 9:45 p.m. ET. Watch Pass Free
Want to watch some high-level boxing without dropping a ton of money on Saturday? Miguel Cotto and Yoshihiro Kamegai have got you covered. While Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather Jr. bring a fantasy fight to reality, multi-division champion Cotto will take on Japanese brawler Kamegai in a WBO Junior Middleweight title bout that could set up the end of Cotto’s career.
Cotto has always been known for his ultra-aggressive style. Kamegai isn’t tentative, either. It’s the set up for a quality fight that will have boxing purists making a hard decision as to what they’ll watch on Saturday night. Here’s a look at all the information you’ll need to catch the fight and a prediction for who will come out on top.
At 36 years old, Cotto’s glory days are behind him. Those glory days included fighting the likes of Floyd Mayweather, Manny Pacquiao, Shane Mosley and Zab Judah. His hard-charging style made him a multi-division champion in some of the prime weight classes of his generation. Now, he’s focused on putting in a few more quality fights before calling it a career. The Puerto Rican has a firm date in mind for his retirement and it’s right on the horizon.
“I think that 16 years is enough, and I have other things to do in my life,” Cotto said, per Dan Rafael of ESPN. “You know, I’m taking care of my family better, and that is the biggest and only reason that I have to stop boxing and quit boxing and retire after Dec. 31st this year.