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 Last update:  7/29/2012       Read more by Boxing Clever         
   
Guerrero: I'm The Mandatory To Mayweather, Let's Do It!
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SAN JOSE, Calif. – Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero won the World Boxing Council (WBC) Interim Welterweight World Championship with a unanimous decision victory over previously undefeated Selcuk Aydin in front of a hometown crowd at HP Pavilion in San Jose.

Guerrero (30-1-1, 18 KO’s) built an early lead over the Turkish Aydin (23-1, 17 KO’s), who rallied with his powerful right hand in the middle and later rounds, but Guerrero, who fought with a second wind in the championship rounds, had built a steady lead and won by scores of 117-11 and 116-112 (twice). 

"I'm looking for the best fights," Guerrero said. "It's just about getting these guys in the ring. I'm the mandatory to Floyd [Mayweather Jr.] now. Let's make it happen."

"I felt great at welterweight. I wanted to fight the best and that's why I fought Selcuk. No one in the division wanted to fight him. He's been avoided. I came in and took care of business. I believe in my talents and I boxed and used my skills tonight."

Tags: Robert Guerrero , Selcuk Aydin , Guerrero-Aydin , Guerrero vs Aydin



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comment by Rome-By-Ko, on 07-30-2012
[QUOTE=mathed]I'm with you on this one definitely...another solid win at WW and it's all good. I mean he fought a guy that Ortiz and Berto looked straight past and won. Floyd fought Ortiz and people thought that was great idea. If he fought and beat Alexander or Brook, I don't see why anyo...

comment by Fighting Pride, on 07-30-2012
Pass. Guerrero beat Aydin, he's now a player, but it's only one win. He needs to establish himself by beating other top 147 lbers to prove a fight with Mayweather will be worth buying. In saying that, Mayweather might take this, he has a history of jumping into fighting guys coming off just one w...

comment by twosweethooks, on 07-30-2012
[QUOTE=Jcsuper]how old are people like you ? are you more than 10 years old ?[/QUOTE] this ain't da spin zone mang, name the elite prime fighter May Jr has wrecked that is a Welter weight, go ahead :poke: Don't worry about the age mang,,,LOL

comment by twosweethooks, on 07-30-2012
[QUOTE=El Angel]That fight ever gets made, all my points on my Money to all yours on The Ghost. Deal?[/QUOTE] Ah So sorry, you will be broke come Sept 16 with the looks of your bets. :poke:

comment by Jcsuper, on 07-29-2012
[QUOTE=twosweethooks]Yall are in la la land mang ! All of you. When is the last time Floyd wrecked anybody ??? HE was bleeding in his last fight with a wore out washed up COTTO. IF he will fight Pac he will not only be bleeding but be on his face with a stupid grin :poke:[/QUOTE] how o...

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