Last month two-time former lightweight world title challenger José Miguel Cotto (29-1, 21 KOs) returned to the ring for the first time in 27 months. Since then he hasn’t stopped, and with the clear purpose of regaining his well earned place in boxing, he’s facing his role as the headliner in the “Boxeo Boricua in Caguas” event that will take place in the Héctor Solá Bezares Coliseum on Saturday. “The first phase was the hardest” explained José Miguel, regarding the process of regaining his condition and fighting weight. He assured that he feels “focused and ready to win,” against whatever rival he’ll face. On Saturday, José Miguel will fight Martín Ramírez (7-11-1, 4 KOs), from Phoenix, Arizona. If Cotto comes out with a victory, probably he’d fight next in Las Vegas on the day before the “Firepower” mega event, where his younger brother (world champion Miguel Cotto) will face Manny Pacquiao.