By Ryan Burton
BoxingScene.com recently caught up with six time world champion Robert Guerrero who has been out of the ring since his points loss to Floyd Mayweather Jr. this past May. Guerrero is currently in litigation with his promotor Golden Boy, and can't speak to much on his pending court case. He did say however that he plans on being back in the ring soon and that he has been spending a lot of time with his family in Northern California.
"I hope to be back in the ring some time this spring and give the fans what they want to see. I have just been staying in shape and spending time with my family, the kids. I am a family man and that is what I enjoy doing. The plan is to get back in the ring in 2014 and hopefully that happens in the spring," Guerrero stated.
While a deal hasn't been finalized, it appears likely that Floyd Mayweather's next opponent will be former champion Amir Khan. I asked Guerrero for his opinion on the fight that in all likelihood will take place on May 3rd.
"Of course Floyd is going to win that fight. Everybody knows Amir Khan has a glass jaw, but he is quick. He might be game for a couple rounds but as soon as Floyd adapts to him, makes his adjustments, he (Floyd) is super quick and smart in the ring as well. He will dominate him, if not knock him out," Guerrero told BoxingScene.com.
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