Dating back to his amateur days, Cotto has always faced each challenge with the same focus, commitment and determination. The pace of his career is unusually strong for a fighter his age. He rarely takes prolonged layoffs, and even in his two losses, he appeared to be his usual strong self. Mayweather, for his part, earned his nickname by reliably doing the only thing that counts in a world where money talks: coming out ahead. Ugly or pretty, he wins -- consistently and unfailingly, long absences or not. It's hard to argue a case against someone who has never lost.
Written by Diego Morilla