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Sergio Martinez says Julio Cesar Chavez Jr vs Carl Froch is a very difficult fight for both guys

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HustleBoss.com speaks with former middleweight champion Sergio Martinez, as he says Julio Cesar Chavez Jr vs. Carl Froch is a very difficult fight for both guys

Sergio Martinez set to continue his boxing career

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Photos: Another view of Miguel Cotto’s destruction of Sergio Martinez

Exclusive photos from photographer Naoki  Fukuda as Puerto Rico’s Miguel Cotto (39-4, 32 KO’s) halts Argentina’s Sergio Martinez (51-3-2, 28 KO’s)  after nine rounds to claim the WBC middleweight championship.

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Photos: Miguel Cotto hammers Sergio Martinez for a 9th round stoppage victory

Photos from Madison Square Garden in New York as Puerto Rico’s Miguel Cotto (39-4, 32 KO’s) belts out a punishing beating to Argentina’s Sergio Martinez to capture the WBC middleweight champion. Cotto dropped Martinez (51-3-2, 28 KO’s) three times in the first round and controlled the action througout, with Sergio’s corner electing to stop the match after nine rounds.

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Photos: Miguel Cotto (155 pounds) and Sergio Martinez (158.8) weigh in ahead of big showdown

Photos from Madison Square Garden in New York as three-division world champion Miguel Cotto (155 pounds) of Puerto Rico and WBC middleweight champion Sergio Martinez (158.8) of Argentina both make weight ahead of their HBO pay per view clash.

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VIDEO: Check out the HBO Face Off between Miguel Cotto and Sergio Martinez

Please check out the official HBO Face Off between former three-division world champion Miguel Cotto and reigning WBC middleweight champion Sergio Martinez, as seen below.

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Updates on Sergio Martinez’s training camp in Miami ahead of Miguel Cotto duel

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HustleBoss.com speaks with international advisor Sampson Lewkowicz about the training of his fighter Sergio Martinez ahead of his June 7 clash on HBO pay per view vs. Miguel Cotto

Sergio Martinez shows support to Marcos Maidana heading into Mayweather clash

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WBC middleweight champion Sergio Martinez shows support to Marcos Maidana heading into his May 3 may on Showtime pay per inside of the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Sergio Martinez has bad blood towards Miguel Cotto; recounts 2008 incident that led to his disdain

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If the June 7th Sergio Martinez vs. Miguel Cotto fight pushes through, there may be some interesting  subplots to follow. Turns out that Martinez has some bad blood towards Cotto over an incident that   took place in 2008.

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Reports claim that Sergio Martinez’s former trainer Gabriel Sarmiento is soon set to be released from jail but questions still remain in the camp of ‘Maravilla’

Sergio Martinez, right, being embraced by his former trainer Gabriel Sarmiento while Pablo Sarmiento watches on. This was after Martinez’s 2nd round KO over Paul Williams in Atlantic City in November of 2010…

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By Chris Robinson

According to a source close to the situation, there soon may be a little shakeup in the camp of middleweight champion Sergio ‘Maravilla’ Martinez.

It appears as though Gabriel Sarmiento, the former trainer of Martinez, is set to be released from jail in his native Spain sometime in March.

“He was as good a student as Manny Pacquiao” – Freddie Roach still believes that he’s the best fit for Chavez Jr.

Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. facing off with Sergio Martinez this past September in Las Vegas (Photo: Naoki Fukuda)

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There’s no denying that the tandem of Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. and Freddie Roach had great success during their two and a half year run together.

Having welcomed Chavez into his Wild Card Boxing Club in Los Angeles in late April of 2010, Roach understood that the young fighter had been rumored to be lethargic and uncooperative in camp. Still, Roach was able to sharpen his skills as Chavez continued his unbeaten streak while claiming the WBC middleweight crown as well.

Chavez was hit with a huge blow to his ego and career this past September when he was thoroughly outclassed over eleven and half rounds by Argentina’s Sergio Martinez before a knockdown and rally in the twelfth round came up short. The young prizefighter from Sinaloa, Mexico suffered his first professional defeat, losing a lopsided decision.

Word later leaked that Chavez was set to fire Roach, with either Nacho Beristain or Robert Garcia likely to fill his void.

Roach is unsure of where everything stands and still seems to hold on to extreme disappointment as to how the training camp for Martinez unraveled