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Blog 9

Updated: July 23, 2008, 2:50 PM ET
By Kieran Mulvaney

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Carlitos from Dallas asks me, "What does the Tijuana Tornado have to do to be successful against my man from Caguas [Puerto Rico]?"

Carlitos: I think Antonio Margarito has to do what he does best: He needs to be aggressive, pressure Cotto, make him fight at a faster pace than he wants, keep looking to land hard punches. Sugar Ray Leonard, a man who knows these things far better than I do, thinks Margarito needs to use his height advantage, but also says he doesn't think Margarito's aggressive fighting style enables him to do that very effectively. -- Kieran Mulvaney

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