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Miguel Cotto didn't quite break into "New York, New York" after one of his most powerful showings in the city that never sleeps.Cotto landed a dozen more punches, missed with a few others, then put Geale down again with a straight right.Cotto, 34, as is Geale, worked the body frequently, but also landed a bunch of shots to the head.In all, Cotto threw 183 punches, and 37 percent connected to only 26 percent for Geale.Cotto landed 68 punches to 33 by Geale, and the champion connected with 43 power punches.Indeed, Geale had to ask his trainer after the fight how many rounds it went.Cotto was 153 1-2, but said once again he doesn't consider himself a true middleweight.
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