Floyd Mayweather vs. Robert Guerrero
Floyd Mayweather will fight Robert Guerrero on May 4th at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Floyd Mayweather currently has a professional record of 43W, 0L and 0 draw with 26 wins by KO, however, he will be 36 years old by the time his fight against Robert Guerrero takes place.
Guerrero has gathered a professional boxing record of 31W, 1L and 1 draw with 18 wins by KO. The Ghost will be in his prime at the age of 30 when he is scheduled to fight Mayweather.
Now let’s look at how these two compare:
Robert Guerrero is known as an aggressive and exciting fighter but he lacks elite punching power. When people think of Mayweather, they don’t think about his punching power, but he does have the advantage in this fight.
We would be fools not to give Money May the advantage in speed. Guerrero does have very quick hands, but Floyd Mayweather has quicker hands and faster feet.
This is a draw. Both fighters have proven to have very good chins.
Obviously the advantage in experience goes to the pound for pound king Floyd Mayweather. He has been fighting professionally for five more years than Guerrero.
In our minds, this is an easy fight to predict. Even though he is getting older and his reflexes are not quite as good as they once were, Floyd Mayweather should be able to easily outpoint Robert Guerrero to a 12 round decision. There are only two fighters in the world right now that have a chance at beating Mayweather. Manny Pacquiao (even though he just got knocked out by Juan Manuel Marquez) and Canelo Alvarez.