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Guerrero's Body Barrage Made Berto Urinate Blood

By Mike Coppinger

According to sources, Robert Guerrero caused Andre Berto to urinate blood after their fight on Saturday, which Guerrero won via unanimous decision on HBO.

Guerrero dropped Berto twice -- once in the first and once in the second -- and won by scores of 116-110 on all three cards.

It was a rough fight with Guerrero pressing the action and pushing Berto to the ropes. Guerrero concentrated on Berto's midsection, landing 74 body shots in the fight according to CompuBox.

After the bout, Berto was reportedly urinating blood. That was in addition to Berto's badly-swelled eyes, forcing him to wear shades after the bout and forego the post-fight press conference, as he was being medically tended to.

Mike Coppinger is a contributor USA TODAY's boxing coverage. He's a member of the Yahoo! Sports Boxing Panel and The Ring Ratings Advisory Panel. Follow him on Twitter: @MikeCoppinger

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Pullcounter on 11-30-2012

[quote=Frank Ducketts;12754886]Berto is a fighter who can't change his game. He couldn't do it against Ortiz, and Guerrero exploited that. Great game plan for Guerrero to force the action. Berto can only punch if you let him. Berto is done…

Comment by Mr. Fantastic on 11-30-2012

Steroids aside....you have to give it to Berto though. He challenged Guerrero instead of taking an easy fight after a long lay off.

Comment by ColWallace on 11-30-2012

Sources? You mean another self-serving press release from Guerrero. Really annoying guy.

Comment by Frank Ducketts on 11-30-2012

Berto is a fighter who can't change his game. He couldn't do it against Ortiz, and Guerrero exploited that. Great game plan for Guerrero to force the action. Berto can only punch if you let him. Berto is done at…

Comment by 3Sun2 on 11-30-2012

[QUOTE=Pullcounter;12754740]his trainer tried to get berto to stop holding, but berto didn't listen to his corner[/QUOTE] truth be told holding was the ONLY thing that helped berto in that fight ! if it wasnt for berto holding he wouldve been…

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