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Floyd Mayweather Vs. Robert Guerrero : Live round-by-round updates

BY The Sweet Science ON May 04, 2013
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Mayweather vs Guerrero

It's May Day. Mayweather's day in the sun or Guerrero's historic upset? We are about to find out!  It's almost Showtime!

Fighters are in the ring. Jimmy Lennon is ready to announce. We're moments away.  

Round 1 
 
Floyd lands a good right. He lands a few of them in a row. Mayweather is going toe to toe. Little movement. Guerrero looks strong in there. This is a good round. Guerrero gets hit again with a right to end the round. 
 
10-9 Floyd 
 

Round 2

Mayweather got caught with a left hand to begin the second. It’s a rough fight. Guerrero rushes Floyd but misses with three wild punches. Good round for Guerrero after two minutes. He is showing patience. Floyd is using the jab. It’s a close round.

Floyd 10-9

Round 3

Floyd is moving more around the ring. Stick and move. He jabs and moves away. Guerrero is getting hit more in this round but he is taking the shots well.  Best round for Floyd so far. The right hand for Floyd is finding the target.

10-9 Floyd 

Round 4

Floyd uses the first thirty seconds to move around the ring. He gets tagged by a Guerrero left then returns fire with a right of his own. Guerrero is using the jab to find his target but cannot tag Floyd. This is great boxing and movement by Mayweather. Floyd shows why he is the best in this round.

10-9 Floyd 

Round 5
 
Floyd’s right hand is the difference. Guerrero keeps coming forward. He throws the jab but cannot follow with the left. Guerrero’s demeanor has changed. He looks a bit confused by Floyd’s elusiveness.  
 
10-9 Floyd
 
Round 6
 
Floyd is super quick. Guerrero starts the round with a wide right hook that Floyd avoids easily. Floyd looks sharp. This is a better round for Guerrero but he still cannot time Floyd. Floyd tags Guerrero with a right hand to end the round. 
 
10-9 Floyd 
 

Round 7

Guerrero is not getting rocked. Just out-boxed. He is still coming forward but it’s a swing and a miss, almost, every time. Guerrero is attacking more to the body. But Floyd is still in control.

10-9 Floyd 

Round 8

Guerrero’s left eye is cut by a punch. He is dripping blood. It is right hand, after right hand, after right hand, by Floyd. In this round, Floyd is targeting the body. Floyd hurts Guerrero at the end of the round.

10-9 Floyd 

Round 9

Guerrero lands a good left to the body. Floyd takes it well. Mayweather lands a good right uppercut. Blood is still dripping from Guerrero’s eye. But he is putting on pressure. This is Guerrero’s best round.

10-9 Guerrero 

Round 10

Guerrero is pressing again. Floyd catches him with a strong one-two combo. Floyd is against the ropes but there’s no clear danger. Referre warns Guerrero for punching behind the head. Although Guerrero is applying pressure, Floyd is still in control. Floyd feints and lands the right hand at the end of the round.

10-9 Floyd  

Round 11

This is much of the same story. Guerrero is applying pressure with little success. Floyd lands good combos in the center of the ring. He slugs with Guerrero. Floyd wins another round.

10-9 Floyd

Round 12

Final three minutes. Guerrero charges hard and tries to cut off the ring. Floyd bounces around the ring, looks at the clock at one point. The champ lands good combos to punctuate the round.

10-9 Floyd

TSS scores the fight 119-109 for Floyd Mayweather 

All three judges score the fight 117-111 for Floyd Mayweather. 

Comment on this article

Radam G says:

I also scored it 119-109 for Money May. Holla!

ali says:

**** out for the money man maybe the ghost won one round.

amayseng says:

I had ghost winning first two rounds due to some good body shots,

controlling the pace doing what he wanted

and Floyd's footing all over the place staggering with poor balance and crazy legs.

Then Floyd went on to win every single round after maybe with ghost winning one late. Can't remember.


First two rounds Floyd's legs looked concerning.

jzzy says:

It's going to be an interesting 30 months. I like this mature version of Floyd alot better, an incredible performance considering his age
and inactivity. Floyd's work ethic and clean living is paying him interest now. Has this dude mellowed?? I liked that he took the high road
thru the whole promotion. He's seizing this chance to cement his legacy.

amayseng says:

I respect this version of mayweather.
Professional, respectful and dedicated.

However fighting the #5 ww last night is not cementing his legacy.

To do that he needs to take on the #1 fighters.

Canelo is there at 154 and unless he takes that he will continue to be a cherry picker.

Just like when he did not fight a prime margarito, Williams, pacman, Sergio Martinez and cotto.


The sad thing is Floyd would probably win those fights

but no one will ever know.

Therefore he doesn't get free credit for them.


It was sad to see him hold and run so much last night he has so much more to offer.

I think Hopkins fights against pascal at 46 were more exciting.

Radam G says:

Wow! His age ain't jack! Even in amateur boxing, the age limit has been moved from 16-35 years old to 19 to 40 years old. So, if Money May wants to, he can fight in the next Olympic Games as Doc Wladamir Klistscko plans to do. Old at 36, is just some talking heads' drama.

Maybe when life expectcy for an athlete was 61 year old, 36 was OLD -- except for the "Old Mongoose" Archie Moore, "The Night Train" Sonny Liston and Bob Foster and ancient Cuban fighters who always put their ages back three to seven years.

It ain't age anyways, but stage. Money May has being doing the same great fighting at 6, 16, 26, and now 36. If he wants to, he will still be doing it the B-Hop's way at 46. Holla!

DaveB says:

Really great fight from Mayweather. The fight itself was not a great fight but Mayweather put on a masterful performance against the opposition before him. Who can even give him competition at this point or the perceived threat of competition? Like everyone I would have liked to have seen Floyd fight some other fighters when they were relevant but I don't really know if that would have increased his appeal with the general fan or made him more money. It would have been great for his legacy but he may get that to some degree anyway. That will be an age old argument. But moving on from this point I don't see anyone who is even close to him. The only two that would have a perception of giving him competition at 154, there is no one at 147, would be Alvarez and Lara. I don't know if triple G could come down but I would stay away from him. Not that I don't that he could win but against Golovokin but he could do everything perfectly and then with one punch find himself on the floor. It will be real interesting to see who they can come up with for his next five fights if he continues to perform at this level. I had him winning every round but the first. His timing last night was phenomenal. It was like target practice. He made Guerrero look very ordinary and Guerrero is a decent fighter. They wanted toe to toe and when he gave it to him they still couldn't beat Mayweather at that game. Total domination.

Radam G says:

Wow! Guerrero is an ordinary fighter that promoting con da know nothings and Money May haters into thinking was extraordinary. The Cali Ghost did have a chance in Helldom, so he kept calling Out Jesus, because Jesus Marched into Hell and whup up the devil in his own Helldom.

Humbug Cali Ghost Guerrero thought that The Father, The Son and The Ghost Were Going to send some types of special power to him from Heaven to Money May's Sin Citydom, and Guerrero and his whacky Ghost Dad were going to march into Sin City upset the money luva.

Nice imagination and play acting, but wrong place. Reality is for dat squared jungle. Bullsyetology is for on location of a movie set. On Money May, I made my bet. And with sweaty cash, my palms are wet. Nobody will be able to beat him yet. Holla!

Carmine Cas says:

Floyd looked really good, he surprised me a tad with his great mobility. Guerrero didn't do anything to fool Floyd or make him think, he made it too easy for him. Guerrero seems to be way too slow at welterweight, he was too flat footed. No feinting, angles, misdirection; Easy pickings

spit bucket says:

I respect this version of mayweather.
Professional, respectful and dedicated.

However fighting the #5 ww last night is not cementing his legacy.

To do that he needs to take on the #1 fighters.

Canelo is there at 154 and unless he takes that he will continue to be a cherry picker.

Just like when he did not fight a prime margarito, Williams, pacman, Sergio Martinez and cotto.


Didn't he duck Mosley too?

amayseng says:

I'd say no.

A prime Mosley wasn't gunning for mayweather because

Floyd wasn't known well enough at that time.


Floyd retired for 2 years too don't forget.


I'm not calling Floyd a "duck" but those fights

are missed opportunities.


It doesn't hurt my legacy it hurts Floyd's.

amayseng says:

I think he would have beat everyone except for a prime

pacman.

Pacman had the foot speed and agility

to be in position to land on Floyd.

Plus he was quicker faster an more powerful.

the Roast says:

I think he would have beat everyone except for a prime

pacman.

Pacman had the foot speed and agility

to be in position to land on Floyd.

Plus he was quicker faster an more powerful.


It's a shame we'll never know. They could have fought an epic trilogy by now and made 200 mil each.

Radam G says:

I give Money May mad props. Parts of the game is ducking and to that is part of da fame. Ducking and cherry picking ain't ever been lame. All the old-time greats did it just the same. And the one who didn't, he lost his title fight off the bat, and most fans don't even know his name.

That would be Tommy Burns. Because of what his done most people don't even consider him great. He gave a title shot to "Unforgivable Blackness" Jack Johnson and got TFKO! Now people don't even want to give him credit for being one of the ATG P4P. OMFG! Dude was what would be a modern-day super middleweight kicking the hebejeebeez outta what would be modern-day criuserweights and heavyweights.

Now if Sugar Ray Robinson would have fought the "Unforgivable Blackness' 'Black Murder Row,'" he'd lost, you modern-day groupies, fanboys and fanfaronades would be ignoring him, as you do Burns.

If Money May would have fought the Unforgivable Pinoyness Manny Pacquiao and lost, you'd also treat him as you treat Tommy Burns and now the supergreat "Superman" Roy Jones Jr.

Juan Manuel Marquez rightfully so refuses fight Da Manny for a ton of money because Marquez wants the myths of victories and one that one-kayo win to be a lasting memory. Everybodee and dey momma with no bones to grind know that the busted-up nose-and-eye-socket broken Marquez was going to be stopped. And it woulda and coulda been that in Bout V. Hulkquez know what time it is.

And Tim Bradley has refused a guaranteed purse of 6mils that can swell into 15 mil to fight Da Manny, because Bradley wants the jingoistic, Black Legion gift decision that he was given to fade into his boxing mythology as the right call. It is not his fault that dark forces used him and tar babied him.

[For the record, because you trifling posers are in this Universe to cause chaos -- and you're functionally illerate anyway and are perpetrating a fraud -- "TAR BABY" means "something from which it is nearly impossible to extricate oneself." This is CLEARLY WHAT Tim "Big-Foot" Bradley was in with the situation against Da Manny, thus the Cali Cranium Crusher was tar baby-ized. So all the racists, xenophobes and enthocentric nutcases, don't think for a sec that I ride like you. Those behaviors are punk @sses, who are going nowhere fast.] Holla!

amayseng says:

Radam who do you think Floyd should fight next?

As a fight fan not a promoter?

Then as a promoter?

I think Canelo is the only viable choice for a ppv.

Radam G says:

My being a fighter "in recess" always restricts me from thinking like a fan. I'm about prizefighting. If Money May fights a Brit, it will be Kelly Brooks first, and then maybe Khan after Khan gets another win and/or a title belt. And Money May will beat da syet outta the Redheaded hype next year.

Canelo stinks -- no hate from me. I think that he fairs better by fighting the TSS Universe superhype In-name-only 3G (less) or fellow countryman Son of a Legend JCCJ or even Sergio Martinez. Holla!

spit bucket says:

I'd say no.

A prime Mosley wasn't gunning for mayweather because

Floyd wasn't known well enough at that time.


Floyd retired for 2 years too don't forget.


I'm not calling Floyd a "duck" but those fights

are missed opportunities.

All good points Amayseng

It doesn't hurt my legacy it hurts Floyd's.

brownsugar says:

not only did Floyd call out Mosley frequently while Mosley was still sitting on the 135lb throne after knocking out 8 challengers he also called out Oscar Del La Hoya while his was cleaning house at 140lb and Floyd was till fighting at 130lbs.
In addition to that he called out Kostya Tsu who never responded...(partially due to his bouts of inactivity).
I have the DVD collection of 41 of Floyds fights.
He never missed a chance to call out the best and it's part of recorded history.
He called Paq directly by phone and offered 40 mil. Paq fought Marquez instead.

I agree there are some "missed" opportunities but if Floyd can Keep going, and get some more good victories,.. his name may even one day surpass that of the great Ray Robinson himself.
But for that one he needs to get pass Canelo, who comes into the ring weighing 170lbs.
That would be a very dangerous and legacy building fight for Floyd.

The rest of the welterweights with the exception of maybe Keith Thurman,... or Possibly Kell Brook, couldn't get past Robert the Ghost.

Still recovering from the fight party.

a pleasant surprise to see that Floyds legs aren't shot after all.

Radam G says:

BTW, Money May did duck Da Manny. The $40mil callout was a trick of the trade for know nothings' consumption. Why in the double fudge would a person take $40mil when he could get as much as $75mil. Da Manny was willing to fight Money May for a 55-45 split, but Money May refused because he did not want to fight Da Manny, PERIOD! There is no need to change history or fire off nonsense.

Monkey business is just blame-old natural activities of boxing biz. And a lot of crooking and bullsyeting are going on. First, it was because Da Manny wouldn't "the test!" Now it has transformed into he would not the money. OMFG! The phoniness of cyberspace. Holla!

amayseng says:

I agree Radam Floyd prices himself out. Purposely.

Radam G says:

You are 100 percent correct, amayseng. Money May got out of the bout by bullsyeting about pay. He wanted $100mil and 100 percent of the ppv payouts guaranteed to him, and Da Manny could take $40mil -- meaning Money May stood to get up to a $200mil payday. And no way that was going to happen. And he knew it, and it was his way to get out of the fight, while knowing exactly what haters and bigots would manufacture as time goes by.

And now -- without an iota of shame -- they are doing it. Holla!

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