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Miguel Cotto vs Sadam Ali TV channel, undercard, UK time, date and odds

Miguel Cotto vs Sadam Ali TV channel, undercard, UK time, date and odds
Miguel Cotto hangs up his gloves this weekend (Picture: Getty Images)

Miguel Cotto brings his incredible boxing career to an end on Saturday night when he defends the WBO super welterweight against Sadam Ali at Madison Square Garden.

The Puerto Rican legend fights professionally for the 47th time and is set to retire having won world titles in four weight divisions from super lightweight up to middleweight.

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Cotto (41-5) takes on Ali (21-5) in his final bout and is heavy favourite to beat the American who was roundly beaten by Jessie Vargas in his only previous crack at a world title in 2016.

It is set to be a raucous atmosphere as Puerto Rican fans see off their hero who has provided wild entertainment since his pro debut all the way back in 2001.

Miguel Cotto vs Sadam Ali TV channel, undercard, UK time, date and odds
Cotto beat Yoshihiro Kamegai last time out (Picture: Getty Images)

When is Cotto vs Ali?

The fight is on Saturday, December 2 at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

What TV channel is Cotto vs Ali on?

BoxNation will be showing the card live with coverage starting at 2am on Sunday, December 3 UK time.

Miguel Cotto vs Sadam Ali TV channel, undercard, UK time, date and odds
Cotto will be remembered for his classic battles with Antonio Margarito (Picture: Getty Images)

What are the odds? (Courtesy of Betfair)

Cotto – 1/18

Ali – 8/1

Draw – 33/1

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Full Card

Miguel Cotto (41-5) vs Sadam Ali (25-1) – WBO super welterweight title

Rey Vargas (30-0) vs Oscar Negrete (17-0) – WBC super bantamweight title

Miguel Cotto vs Sadam Ali TV channel, undercard, UK time, date and odds
Rey Vargas defends his WBC Super Bantamweight on Saturday (Picture: Getty Images)

Angel Acosta (16-1) vs Juan Alejo (24-4-1) – interim WBO light flyweight title

Ronny Rios (28-2) vs Deivi Julio Bassa (19-3)

Jason Quigley (13-0) vs TBA

Eddie Gomez vs TBA

Zachary Ochoa (17-1) vs Erick Daniel Martinez (14-10-1)

Aaron McKenna (debut) vs TBA

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