Vegas odds for the Miguel Angels Cotto vs Ricardo Mayorga WBA Super World Light Middlewight Championship at MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada on March 12, 2011 are updated daily on NSAwins.com and vegas oddsmakers right now have Miguel Angel “Junito” Cotto the -1200 moneyline favorite to beat Ricardo “El Matador” Mayorga and retain his WBA Light Middleweight title. Cotto will enter the ring March 12th with an impressive 35-2-0(28 KO’s) record after beating previously undefeated Yuri Foreman (28-1-0, 8 KOs) from Brooklyn, New York in the 9th round by TKO on Saturday, June 5, 2010 at Yankee Stadium in front of 20,272 fans in the Bronx. Miguel Cotto took Foreman’s WBA light middleweight title with that win. As for Mayorga, the cocky Nicaraguan will enter MGM Grand’s ring with an overall record of 29-7-1(23 KO’s). Mayorga has only fought once and that was in December 2010 since he lost to Shane Mosley in September 2008 by knockout in round twelve. Mayorga has only taken his act to the ring one time since the Mosley setback and that fight was Friday, December 17, 2010 in Miami, Florida at the American Airlines Arena when he punished middleweight Michael Walker (19-6-2, 12 KOs) by TKO in the 9th round. Walker has gone on to lose 6 of his last 7 bouts including bad losses to Daniel Jacobs and Andy Lee. NSAwins.com’s consensus predictions from our 5 expert boxing handicappers is for Miguel Cotto to win at -1200 odds by KO in the middle rounds(5-8). Please check NSAwins.com’s Vegas Boxing Odds page for the latest and updated Cotto-Mayorga boxing odds as well as odds on future fights such as Manny Pacquiao vs. Shane Mosley on May 7th. If you would like to bet on the Cotto-Mayorga fight or any other boxing event we highly recommend opening up a betting account with BoDog Sportsbook where you can get a 10% NO LIMIT BONUS on your 1st deposit using the NSAwins.com BoDog Deposit Bonus Code “69429-NSAWINS.COM”.
March 12th 2011 – MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
WBA Super World Light Middleweight Championship.
Miguel Angel “Junito” Cotto -1200
Ricardo “El Matador” Mayorga +600
Miguel Angel Cotto vs. Ricardo Mayorga Total Rounds
Over 8½ (-125)