Unbeaten WBC Welterweight champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. (43-0, 26 KOs) will put his perfect record and title on the line, Saturday night in Las Vegas, when he steps inside the ring to square off with fellow American Robert Guerrero (31-1-1, 18 KOs).
Guerrero has won 15 straight fights coming into the weekend, including five consecutive unanimous decisions. But he'll be an underdog going up against the always confident "Money Mayweather."
Here we've got you covered with everything you need to know to follow Saturday's fight live as it happens.
What: WBC Welterweight Title Fight (and vacant The Ring Welterweight Title)
Where: MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas
When: Saturday, May 4, at 9 p.m. ET
Watch: Showtime PPV ($59.99)
What a Win Would Mean for Mayweather
At this point in Money's decorated career, a loss would be much more damaging than a win would be helpful.
At age 36, there's certainly no shame in losing to a 30-year-old talent, like Guerrero, in a close decision, but given what Mayweather has worked so hard to accomplish over the past two decades, a loss to "The Ghost" would sting for months.
That said, another Money victory on Saturday would only add to what's an already unrivaled resume.
Until Mayweather steps into the ring against Manny Pacquiao or another one of the top pound-for-pound fighters in today's sport, there'll be a little something missing from his long list of accolades.
What a Win Would Mean for Guerrero
A win over Floyd Mayweather Jr.—no matter how it comes—would be the biggest win of Guerrero's career without question. There's something to be said for becoming the first to beat the best boxer of this era.
A victory would open up a number of future fight possibilities for Guerrero as well, and at age 30, there would be no reason to believe he couldn't contend for the next few years.
Perhaps, boxing fans would be clamoring for a Pacquiao-Guerrero matchup instead of the desired megafight between Mayweather and Pac-Man. Guerrero will have to overcome some heavy odds on Saturday in order to pull off the upset, but there's no doubt that he has a lot less to lose and much more to gain than Mayweather from this bout.
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