Photos: Robert Guerrero, Yoshihiro Kamegai Stage a War
By German Villasenor & Stephen Dunn
CARSON, Calif. – Former four-division world champion Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero (32-2-1, 18 KOs), of Gilroy, Calif., capped a spectacularly exciting night of ferocious non-stop action where each fight was better than the last with a Fight Of The Year candidate 12-round unanimous decision over Yoshihiro Kamegai (24-2-1, 21 KOs), of Sapporo, Japan, Saturday on SHOWTIME®.
Guerrero, making his first start in 13 months, won by the scores 117-111 twice and 116-112. There were no knockdowns but both warriors pounded on each other and were battered and bruised at the finish at which time they were given a standing ovation by the 5,711 in attendance.
[QUOTE=Tomasio;14685849]Great fight! One hell of a "Phone Booth Battle". Props to both Guerrero & Kamegai.. Guerrero just won what most likely will be the fight of the year (I'm not saying there can not be one better, but I doubt…Comment by vman075 on 06-22-2014
[QUOTE=Tomasio;14685849]Great fight! One hell of a "Phone Booth Battle". Props to both Guerrero & Kamegai.. Guerrero just won what most likely will be the fight of the year (I'm not saying there can not be one better, but I doubt…Comment by jri9d0 on 06-22-2014
[QUOTE=Golden Boi 360;14686548]do you happen to work for crossfit?[/QUOTE] It's called sarcasm.Comment by _original_ on 06-22-2014
[QUOTE=assiong;14686494]What frustrating about it? Both guys were throwing heavy leathers, I know sweet science hit but not get hit. Those saying was back in the days, majority of fight fans nowadays are younger than back on Ali's era. Casual fans…Comment by Golden Boi 360 on 06-22-2014
[QUOTE=Divine Hammer;14686403]i think guerrero proved that crossfit is an ATG training program. he looked incredibly faster than he has ever looked before, his power and heart was extremely tremendous, and his stamina was just out of this world (i think…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (15)