Cotto says he won't fight Margarito if N.Y. won't allow the bout

November, 22, 2011
Miguel Cotto made today's public hearing in which we will hear if Antonio Margarito will be granted a license to box in New York that much more anticipated.

Because on a noon conference call, the Puerto Rican boxer said that he signed to fight Margarito in N.Y., and that he will not fight the Mexican elsewhere. A hearing starts at 2 p.m. at the boxing commission headquarters in Manhattan, and we will hear if Margarito receives a license. I will attend, and tweet.
Michael Woods, a member of the board of the Boxing Writers Association of America, has been covering boxing since 1991. He writes about boxing for ESPN The Magazine and is the news editor for



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