Mayweather Says Hand Injury Won't Prevent 9/14 Fight
MGM Grand, Las Vegas - Floyd Mayweather Jr. (44-0, 26KOs) retained his WBC welterweight title and his unbeaten record with a convincing points victory over Robert Guerrero. Floyd showed little sign of ring rust in his first bout for over a year as he weathered an early storm and dominated the laters rounds to earn a unanimous decision 117-111 on all three cards.
After the fight, Mayweather indicated that he hurt his right hand during the fight. However, he said the injury would not postpone a potential return on September 14th at the MGM Grand.
"We did it again," said Mayweather after his 44th victory. "I take my hat off to Robert Guerrero. He's a true warrior. I do plan to fight again in September. I will fight September."
[IMG]http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/00997/amir-khan_997362c.jpg[/IMG]Comment by tacoboxer on 05-06-2013
[QUOTE=retnuocllup;13329857]wow Cherrypicker goes on another sabbatical... who'd have thought[/QUOTE] At the time they fought Floyd - Guerrero was the #1 ranked Welterweight contender - Cotto was the reigning Ring Magazine Super-Welterweight/Jr. Middleweight Champion - Ortiz was the reigning WBC Welterweight…Comment by KickAzz on 05-05-2013
wow Cherrypicker goes on another sabbatical... who'd have thoughtComment by WESS on 05-05-2013
Lol at the people saying he wouldn't fight again.Comment by turkas on 05-05-2013
[QUOTE=4Corners;13327943]Well....Devon doesn't really have a top notch resume. He has one good win lately against Maidana. Bailey was iiiiiight I guess. Floyd usually fights guys coming off thrilling and/or big wins. Khan-Alexander will happen in December.[/QUOTE] Who has a better…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (44)