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Guerrero: Mayweather Has Five More, I Want Rematch!

By Chris Robinson

On Saturday night, Floyd Mayweather produced another sterling performance in outclassing Robert Guerrero over twelve rounds inside of the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Showing the reflexes, speed, timing, and ring acumen that have typified his 17-year career, the 36-year old Mayweather was in rare form and had full command of the action. Scores of 117-111 across the board favored Mayweather, who successfully defended his WBC welterweight belt.

And while the boxing world has again heaped praise on Mayweather for his latest showcase, don’t expect too much credit to be given from Guerrero himself.

Speaking to myself and my BoxingScene.com colleague Ryan Burton after the match, Guerrero seemed dismissive when asked what the experience was like going up against the world’s best fighter.

“We ran some miles, I know that,” stated Guerrero. “He felt the power and jumped on his bike, that’s what happened. Anytime I got close to him, he was out quick.”

Begrudgingly, Guerrero finally gave Mayweather a little bit of his just due.

“He came to fight and did his thing,” said Guerrero. “I take my hat off to him.”

And despite coming up well short of his goal of handing Mayweather his first loss, Guerrero insists he would love to meet him for a second encounter.

“I want to do it again and get back into that position,” Guerrero said. “He has five more fights.”

*** To check out exclusive photos from Mayweather's dominant victory please visit Floyd Mayweather dominates Robert Guerrero in Las Vegas

*** For exclusive Mayweather-Guerrero fight week coverage, including all the pre-fight trash talk, and exclusives with Ruben Guerrero, Bernard Hopkins, Danny Garcia, Adrien Broner, Floyd Sr. and Roger Mayweather, and others, please visit the Hustle Boss Boxing Page


User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by -PBP- on 05-07-2013

[QUOTE=budfr;13338077]He did but the refs and judges are killing the sport by giving the win to someone who hugs all the time, pushes and runs. The fans booed.[/QUOTE] [img]http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-tG1P1gzrRNs/UWQ7z86fZ2I/AAAAAAAAAh0/Ei7MUPJos4o/s1600/salt.jpeg[/img]

Comment by budfr on 05-07-2013

[QUOTE=The_Sandman;13329584]I remember you saying Robert is going to beat Floyd.[/QUOTE] He did but the refs and judges are killing the sport by giving the win to someone who hugs all the time, pushes and runs. The fans booed.

Comment by Syf on 05-06-2013

Sorry Ghost.. Your 15 mins of fame is over. Please go away now. And another thing, the hypocritical thing about you isn't trucks in yards or guns, its how you brought God into this. You thought He would favor you…

Comment by mike gonzalez on 05-06-2013

Victor Ortiz deserves it. Miguel Cotto doesn't have the stamina, he's already wear and teared, he's good for the first three round then, fatigue kicks in. Robert Guerrero should quit boxing and become a preacher.

Comment by Mr. Philadel on 05-06-2013

[QUOTE=BIGPOPPAPUMP;13329234]On Saturday night, Floyd Mayweather produced another sterling performance in outclassing Robert Guerrero over twelve rounds inside of the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada. Showing the reflexes, speed, timing, and ring acumen that have typified his 17-year career, the…

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