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Schaefer: Guerrero Wants Floyd Mayweather Jr. Next

By Rick Reeno

WBA/WBO interim-lightweight champion Robert "The Ghost" Guerrero (29-1, 18KOs) believes he is ready to face Floyd Mayweather Jr. (41-0, 25KOs), says Golden Boy Promotions CEO Richard Schaefer. Guerrero returned to the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on Saturday night, and won a bruising twelve round unanimous decision over Michael Katsidis.

"[Robert Guerrero] put everyone at 140 and 147 on notice. He is ready to fight any and everyone. And the name he mentiond to me, and I asked him twice. The name he mentioned to me is 'Pretty Boy' Floyd Mayweather. That's who he wants. He has the skills, the youth, the speed and everything to make a big impact at the 140 and 147 pound weight classes," Schaefer said.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by martin_1995 on 04-11-2011

that will be an easy fight for guerrero. C'mon guerrero fight a man. How about martinez or paul williams, or cotto. Gayweather and trashy family are all overrated. [email][email protected][/email]

Comment by CharliesRecords on 04-11-2011

Whoah....that was a great win Roberto but don't get carried away...

Comment by maguirre on 04-11-2011

This is probably another WWF script concocted by GBP with Mayflower's consent. Much like the Marquez fight.

Comment by STRUGG on 04-11-2011

floyd said.............if someone called him out.....it was a go..............the ghost is calling him out....................guess what floyd will do

Comment by switchsouthpaw on 04-11-2011

Lol anyone actually believe that Guerrero (sincerely) wants Mayweather? Schaefer is smart, this is a fight May would want, without having to actually come out and say it himself, because he knows he'll be criticized for it. Just say it…

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