TSS U, I received this email from publicist Mario Serrano. He believes Robert "The Ghost" Guerrero is somewhat underrated, and deserves more consideration when we keyboard tappers make our pound-for-pound lists. Serrano makes some good points... and I will finish with this. The guy earns his keep, he went above and beyond lobbying for his guy.
To the Boxing Community,
In complete respect for your opinions and understanding that it must be very hard to comb through and observe all of the boxer's careers throughout the world, in all the different weight classes, I ask you to please review the stats below and give consideration to Robert Guerrero as a candidate for the Pound for Pound rankings.
· Has won world titles in multiple divisions:
o Featherweight (2)
o Jr. Lightweight
§ Undefeated in 6 world title fights winning 4 by KO
· Welterweight: If the Maidana fight gets made and he is
successful in beating him with the title on the line, he'll have
become a 6-time world champion in 4 different weight classes.
· Is willing to fight all comers and the best in or around his division, never turning down a
· Has boxed, fought inside and can be a counter puncher to win a bout.
· Started fighting ten round bouts in his tenth pro fight.
o In 13th pro fight beat former world champion Enrique Sanchez (30-2) who's only
losses were to world champions Marco Antonio Barrera and Nestor Garza
· Went overseas to capture a world title:
o Stopped Spend Abazi (35-1) via 9th round TKO in his native country (Denmark).
· Successfully fought and won in 5 weight classes (122, 126, 130, 135, and 139).
· Won 90% + rounds in championship fights.
· Undefeated since 2006 riding a 13-fight winning streak, avenging his only loss by
knocking out Gamaliel Diaz in rematch (6th round KO):
o Only the great's rematch and KO their nemesis.
· Fought 7 current or former world champions.
· With wife's illness, still continued to win at the top ten level:
o Named Fighters beaten during adversity...(Martin Honorio (KO), Jason Litzau
(KO), 2-time world champion Malcolm Klassen, Olympic Gold metal winner and
3-time world champion Joel Casamayor, Olympian Vicente Escobedo, 2-time
world champion Michael Katsidis).
I greatly appreciate your time and consideration of Robert Guerrero for the Pound for Pound list as I also greatly appreciate the great support you've all shown him in the past. Thank You very much for this consideration.
Publicist ~ Team Guerrero
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