WBC welterweight champion Floyd Mayweather (43-0, 26KOs) has promised to push mandatory challenger Robert Guerrero (31-1-1, 18KOs) on May 4th at the MGM Grand in a Showtime PPV main event. Although Mayweather has only fought four times since December of 2007, he is confident that there is no way that Guerrero will be able to pull off an upset.
"Of course I feel unbeatable. I'm in the sport where I'm the best," Mayweather said. "I'm not going into the fight thinking I'm beatable. If that's his way to psyche himself out and build confidence, more power to him. I'm in tip top condition. I'm in great shape. I have been working hard."
Mayweather termed Guerrero "flatfooted" and called him "more like a grappler, a wrestler, than a boxer."
"Everybody always says what they are going to do to me. He's a solid opponent. He talks a good game. Now we have to see if he can fight as well as he talks. You can't go to a gunfight and basically not think you're going to get shot. We have to see how the fight goes."