By Dave Skretta
NEW YORK — Joshua Clottey is willing to do just about anything for a good fight.
It’s the reason his career has taken him from the dusty streets of western Africa to the small fighting halls of England, to the out-of-the-way casinos that serve as a launching pad to stardom in the United States, and finally to the so-called Mecca of boxing.
Yet when he steps between the ropes at Madison Square Garden on Saturday night to challenge WBO welterweight champ Miguel Cotto, he’ll do so as a former champion himself – one that never once defended his IBF title…Continue Reading
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