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Guerrero: Ward Dominates Froch, Judges Hand a Split Nod

By David "Los Gatos" Rosenberg

Former champion Robert Guerrero has been on a roll with his boxing predictions, including an accurate call on last week's junior welterweight bout between Lamont Peterson and Amir Khan in Washington, DC. Guerrero predicted a fast start by Khan, and saw Peterson fighting back in the later rounds to win a close split decision, which is exactly what happened. Later tonight at the Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, Carl Froch and Andre Ward will stake their super middleweight titles in the final bout of the Super Six Boxing Classic.

"Andre Ward is going to put it on Carl Froch and bring home the Super Six championship.  I see Ward dominating but the judges will keep it close. Ward by split decision," Guerrero said.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Bermuda on 12-18-2011

isn't guerrero a friend of ward and also happens to live in the same area as him as well? he's just being biased...

Comment by WESS on 12-18-2011

[QUOTE=WESS;11571429]Kessler would have given Ward more problems than Froch will.[/QUOTE] Damn, you were right!

Comment by Vadrigar. on 12-18-2011

Yes, he was right. The scorecards were surprisingly close.

Comment by mathed on 12-17-2011

Ya'll doubt my boy....he has smarts and fighting skills

Comment by Wreckless on 12-17-2011

People really need to stop interviewing Guerroro.

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