A great boxing match ahead will be that of Sergio Martinez vs Miguel Cotto on Saturday, June 07, 2014 to be held live at the Madison Square Garden in New York, USA on Pay-Per-View via HBO for the 12 rounds of Middleweight division boxing for Martinez's RING, WBC titles as Miguel Cotto hopes to benefit from the "Roach factor" when he tries to become Puerto Rico's first four-division champion against world middleweight champ Sergio Martinez at Madison Square Garden on tomorrow in which after a bitter 2012 in which he lost championship decisions to Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Austin Trout, Cotto joined forces with renowned trainer Freddie Roach and believes he is poised to take the WBC middleweight crown from Argentina's Martinez and while for his part, Sergio Martinez has not lost a bout since 2009, and is currently riding a 7-fight winning streak. He has not, however, looked unbeatable in recent years, nearly getting stopped in the 12th round of an otherwise unchallenging bout with Julio Cesar Chavez Jr, and then winning a unanimous decision over Martin Murray, abandoning the calculated style that has been his specialty for so many years and leading many to believe that he is headed for a sudden and steep decline very soon. Sergio Martinez's most publicized fight was probably his second to last one, a bout against Julio Cesar Chavez Jr, who bears a name and a legacy more intriguing to the general public than any of Martinez's five previous title defenses. Finally, Martinez seemed to be on the cusp of real mainstream recognition, but cracks were starting to show. Despite a largely impressive unanimous decision win, Martinez was nearly knocked out by Chavez in the 12th round and suffered numerous injuries, the same injuries which would recur after his surprisingly challenging last opponent, Martin Murray. Two knee surgeries, a twice-broken left hand, and 13 months later, Martinez is slated to fight Miguel Cotto in a bout that will draw more viewers than he has ever known, and it may be too late and Martinez wasn’t a star in boxing right up until he took the middleweight title off Pavlik in 2010. That gain arrived on the heels of a controversial majority-final decision loss to Paul Williams in a struggle that many observers felt he deserved to get.