Found November 28, 2012 on
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In 2012, Robert Guerrero became the third fighter in boxing history to win a world title at featherweight and welterweight, joining the likes of legends Henry Armstrong and future Hall of Famer Manny Pacquiao. Guerrero also joins the rare breed of fighters, who have jumped up two weight classes to win world championships, which include Roberto Duran, Roy Jones Jr., and Sugar Shane Mosley.
[Also See: The Building of a Great Fighter - The Depth of Robert Guerrero]
Guerrero Dominated two Olympians at their prime in Selcuk Aydin and Andre Berto
Both are fully fledged welterweights who fought their whole career at welterweight
Combined record of (51-1, 39 KOs)
Aydin was ranked #1 and never tasted defeat
Berto is a two-time welterweight champion considered one of the best in the division
Credit: Hoganphotos - GBP
Guerrero Jumped up two weight classes from lightweight to welterweight
After a 15-month layoff
Had no tune up fights to get prepared for the weight hike
Fought the ...
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Robert Guerrero called out Floyd Mayweather Jr. following his win over Andre Berto on Saturday, and it sounds like there may be interest in the fight from Money’s side.
The LA Times reports that Golden Boy Promotions has initiated discussions about the fight with Mayweather’s reps.
Golden Boy CEO Richard Schaefer told the Times that “interest is there” on Mayweather’s side...
If you didn't see it for yourself, the Robert Guerrero vs. Andre Berto welterweight clash at the Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario, California, on Saturday night was a bruising and grueling affair. Just take a look at these photos and see the kind of damage dealt when Guerrero and Berto squared off against one another. Particularly startling is the special Berto before...
In a battle that huge stakes, Robert "The Ghost" Guerrero (31-1-1, 18 KOs) thoroughly dominated former two-time welterweight world champion Andre Berto (28-2, 22 KOs), over twelve grinding back and forth action-packed rounds, dropping him twice in the process. The slug-fest has many commentators, fans and media, considering this war to be "Fight of the year"...
Looking at Robert Guerrero, it’s easy to take him lightly. He doesn’t look like someone that would make you fearful in an alley. He doesn’t have that knockout punch or flashy style that typically evokes a strong fan base or widespread wonder. He just keeps winning. After titles in 4 weight class, including a record that shows only one loss, since avenged, it’s time to start...
In an article by ESPN New York, undefeated American boxer Floyd Mayweather, Jr. will select his next opponent next week. Golden Boy CEO Richard Schaefer was impressed by Robert Guerrero’s performance last week and would really like to put him in front of Mayweather. Schaefer was quoted as saying that he is talking to Mayweather’s camp to see what the possibility is of that...
(Robert Guerrero, left, Andre Berto, right; via)
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