Mayweather vs. Guerrero: Keys to Each Fighter Gaining Upper Hand in Rivalry
Robert Guerrero is the latest challenger trying to bring an end to Floyd Mayweather's undefeated run. The pair will fight Saturday in an intense bout at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
While Mayweather might still be the king of boxing, don't expect this to be an easy fight. Guerrero is fully capable of being the first man to strike a tally in Mayweather's loss column. This fight is capable of ending in a split decision just as much as either fighter delivering a knockout blow.
If you aren't already hyped up for this fight, just check out the preview:
Keys for Floyd Mayweather
May 4th, 2013 is around the corner [pic] — rock.li/p/97723— Floyd Mayweather (@FloydMayweather) April 27, 2013
After a year away from the ring, Mayweather could very well come out of the gates slowly. It might take him into the second round before he fully gets his feet under him. Therefore, it's crucial that Mayweather stay focused and maintain it throughout the fight. Having fought last in November, Guerrero will be ready to go with a strong rhythm.
By staying patient and reading Guerrero's approach, Mayweather has a great chance to figure out a plan of attack. In previous fights, the defensive Mayweather has proven he can keep patience and wait for his opportunities to exploit his opponent's plan.
Take Advantage of Aggressiveness
Guerrero will open himself up to punches, and Mayweather needs to punish him. The more patient Mayweather is, the more frustrated it will make Guerrero and lead to mistakes. Expect Mayweather to make a big push starting in the middle rounds.
Keys for Robert Guerrero
As previously mentioned, Mayweather might come out a little bit rusty following the trials of the last year. If that's the case, Guerrero needs to come out quickly and punish Mayweather early on. He has to figure that all the time it takes Mayweather to get going is a head-start for him.
It has to be assumed that the 36-year-old Mayweather is entering this fight with good conditioning. Without any nagging injuries, Mayweather should be prepared for the long run. This being his third fight in the last 10 months, Guerrero can't let fatigue be a factor.
Be Smart, Stay Focused
While Mayweather will likely take a while to figure him out, Guerrero has to do the same. He won't win his fight by strictly attacking whenever he wants. Guerrero needs to stay patient and attack when the opportunity presents itself.
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