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Sunday July 20, 2008 marks a big time Championship Fight in the Lightweight Division.

A Top P4P Fighter, Reigning and Defending Lightweight Champion Of The World Jay-Jay Judah (24-1-1 10KOs) puts his title on the line against 2 Division World Champion including 5 reigns as Jr. Welterweight World Champion, The Fighter's Fighter Miguel Cotto (36-18-2 21KOs) who faces his 24th different World Champion in his long career.

Will Jay-Jay successfully defend his title by putting the old horse out back and shooting him? Or Will Miguel Cotto once again turn back the clock and defeat both Father Time and Jay Jay to once again become World Champion?

Jay-Jay Judah Career Highlights :

W UD 12 Freddy "The Finisher" McPheerson - Shutout win over the former world champion.
W UD 12, W KO 12 Ray De los Santos - Solid win over the former world champion.
W DQ 11 Rock Allen - Win over the top contender.
W SD 12, W UD 12 Joan Guzman - Defeats the #1 P4P in the world back to back to win the Lightweight title in fight 1.
W UD 12 Taheem `Cool Breeze` Lyon - solid win over top contender


Miguel Cotto Career Highlights :

W KO 12 Sigmund Kraab
W KO 4, W KO 12, W UD 12 Zab "Super" Judah - 2nd fight for the Jr. Welterweight Title. 3rd fight sent Zab into retirement, although retirement didn't last long.
W TKO 6 Carlos "El Apostle" Maussa - For The Jr. Welterweight Title
W UD 12,D 12,L KO 12,L UD 12 Luis Collazo - in a battle of undefeated prospects in fight 1. Losing end of their jr. welterweight title trilogy.
W UD 12 Malvador "Malvado" Manchez - solid win over the former world champion
W UD 12 Floyd Mayweather, Jr. - solid win over the former world champion
W TKO 6, W UD 12, L UD 12, W UD 12 Jabdiel Judah - 2nd fight for his 4th Jr. Welterweight Title. 4th fight for his 5th Jr. Welterweight Title and avenged defeat.
L UD 12, W KO 10, W UD 12 "Sublime" Buddy Shine - reverses a loss from the former world champion
L UD 12, W UD 12 Junior Do Prado - reverses a loss from the future world champion
W KO 1 CyruS "Running Man" ViruS - For his 2nd Jr. Welterweight Title
W KO 11 Pavel "The Spy" Molotov - Quality win over the former World Champion
W KO 10 Joan Guzman - For the Lightweight Title
W KO 11 Jesse Jane - knockout win over the 3-division world champion
D 12, W UD 12 Buddy McGirt - turns draw into a dominate rematch performance.
L UD 12,L UD 12, W MD 12 Roland Navarette - avenges defeat against the former #1 p4p fighter and 2 division world champion.
L KO 12,L UD 12,L UD 12, W TKO 10 Tera Patrick - finally avenges his defeats and sends the 3 division champion to retirement in their 4th fight which was a retirement match.
W UD 12 Rock Allen - dominate win over the young power punching contender.
W KO 10 Freddy "The Finisher" McPheerson - Knockout win over the former world champion.
W UD 12 Floyd Mayweather Jr. - "Win" over the former world champion.
W KO 10 Cashish Fluellen-Bowe - Knockout victory over top contender
W UD 12 Muckles Reilly - Solid win over former world champion

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I've gone with Jay Jay but I don't know why. Cotto is like Jesus or something the way he keeps rising from the grave!

Then you and everyone else just witness the resurrection!

Miguel Cotto has knocked out Jay-Jay Judah in the last and final round of their lightweight title clash!

The judges had the fight 105-104, 104-105, 106-104 going into the 12th round.

Both fighters hurt each other in the 12th but the old man, jesus himself if you will, Miguel Cotto dug down deep and hit Jay-Jay with a gigantic right hand that put him out for the count of 10.

This is greatest comeback of an old fighter in the history of the league. Cotto did what even one of the best fighters in history Joan Guzman could not do in 2 tries.

It's celebration time in puerto rico.
Shocking result..Cotto HOFer without a doubt
Wow ...

I was pretty sure Jay Jay could at least hurt Cotto in the 1st round. Now if he didnt, I thought as long as hes not gassed after that, he would clearly outpoint Cotto. But Cotto fought a really good fight. Good to see hes still there because obviously he still has what it takes.
Cotto wants to make one voluntary title defense with somewhat easy opponent before going on another streak of top fighters. Does anyone object? Cotto will hear any offer if anyone wants to object to his request.
There shouldn't be any objections to Cotto having an easy defence. The man is a freak of nature and an inspiration to all fighters, old and young.

Yeah, he should make that easy defense, no problem with that.
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