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Mayweather will be all smiles when the scores are read.
Who Wins the Fight? When and How? You can bank on Floyd Mayweather Jr. winning this fight in similar fashion to all his previous bouts. Robert Guerrero provides some unique stylistic problems for Money, but there is simply nobody better at finding and exploiting holes in his opponent's game. You may see a close fight early, but Mayweather's trademark speed, defense and boxing intellect will propel him to a unanimous decision in the 117-111, 116-112 score range.
The Moment We'll Remember the Most Is: Who doesn't want to see Ruben Guerrero and Floyd Sr. accompany their sons to the center of the ring for pre-fight instructions? We might see a fight before the fight.
Who Will Be With Floyd During His Entrance? Aside from about a dozen Mayweathers, how about Floyd shocks the world and totes 50 Cent out there with him? Sure, the two had a highly publicized "feud" in recent months after the falling out of their business partnership, but wouldn't that make for an interesting side story?
Who Will Floyd Fight Next? When and Where? The public will clamor for a matchup with Canelo Alvarez in the fall. That's clearly the biggest fight out there in terms of money and publicity, and it's aided by the lack of many other truly attractive options. Devon Alexander has no drawing power and Amir Khan isn't credible. Look for Canelo in Vegas.
Who Will The Ghost Fight Next? When and Where? Guerrero is still facing uncertainty over a gun charge in New York City. Should that get resolved favorably, he could also return in the fall, likely in a venue like the Home Depot Center in California, against the winner of Marcos Maidana and Josesito Lopez. That'd be another good action fight and would sell well in California.