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Robert Guerrero Gets Lackluster Win Over Joel Casamayor

By Mark Vester

Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, Nevada - Robert "The Ghost" Guerrero (26-1-1, 18KOs) won a ten round unanimous decision over Joel Casamayor (37-5-1, 22KOs) in a junior welterweight contest. The scores were 98-879, 98-89 and 97-90.

Casamayor may have put on 14-pounds since the weigh-in, but it was Guerrero who appeared to be the bigger and stronger fighter at the start. Casamayor lost a point in the second round for holding. Guerrero rocked Casamayor near the end of the second. Casamayor legs were shaken and he fell to his knees while tryin to survive. Referee Jay Nady ruled it as a knockdown. Casamayor seemed to have nothing at all in the tank after two rounds.

During the third and fourth, Casamayor began to get his groove back. Guerrero outboxed him in the fifth and once again rocked Casamayor at the end of the sixth. Guerrero rocked Casamayor a few more times in the seventh.  During the tenth and final round, Casamayor rocked and dropped Guerrero with a right hand in the final minute. It was the first time Guerrero had been knocked down. Guerrero finished the fight.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by steel615 on 08-01-2010

Man when is dude gonna fight some real competition ,he always fighting half/bums or fighting some old ass dudes.First real competition dude runs into lights out I guarantee it.Theres no way he could hang with paquaio get real LOL!!!

Comment by [email protected] on 08-01-2010

Men Guerrero aint shit. Put my man Rocky Martinez(who is as raw as they can be) so Rocky KHTFO for good

Comment by grayfist on 08-01-2010

The way it went left me asking: 1. Lackluster by design because they are reportedly good buddies ? 2. Lackluster by nature because Guerrero's infuriating tendencies, which I thought he had firmly deposited in his past, came creeping back into…

Comment by ColWallace on 08-01-2010

[QUOTE=Spray_resistant;8951994]I thought the Ghost was fully aware he could have taken Casa out early in the fight and just let off the hook out of respect for the old man.[/QUOTE] You might be right. The Ghost definitely took the foot…

Comment by Spray_resistant on 08-01-2010

[QUOTE=ColWallace;8951975]Co-sign. Neither guy left me wanting more.[/QUOTE] I thought the Ghost was fully aware he could have taken Casa out early in the fight and just let off the hook out of respect for the old man.

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