Floyd Mayweather Jr kept his win-loss record clean with a skillful win versus Miguel Cotto on Saturday, May 5, 2012 at the MGM Grand Garden in Las Vegas, Nevada. Mayweather beat Cotto via unanimous decision, with all judges scoring in his favor: 117-111, 117-111, and 118-110. Money May is now the new WBA Super Light Middleweight champion.
Mayweather beat Cotto after 12 rounds of boxing in the main event dubbed as “Ring Kings.”
Having a hard time against Cotto, Mayweather suffered a bloody nose in the fourth Round 4. Blood was over his face at the start of Round 6. However, the undefeated champion came back in the latter rounds until the final Round.
Mayweather Jr, 35, who is also the current WBC Welterweight champion has now a record of 43-0, 26 KO, while Miguel Cotto has a 37-3, 30 KO, with Floyd to receive $32 million without pay-per-view, next to Mike Tyson‘s $30 million in one of fights with Evander Holyfield.