On May 4 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada, undefeated boxing superstar Floyd Mayweather returned to action against the tenacious Robert Guerrero. It was the 36-year-old Mayweather's first time in the ring in almost exactly a year, two months of which were spent serving time on a domestic assault charge.
It was only natural that the question would be asked: Would the pound-for-pound kingpin still be able to bring his A-game?
Guerrero looked to make the fight a rough affair from the opening bell, and it took a couple of rounds for Mayweather to fully find his exquisite timing and expert footwork. But by Round 3 he was landing his lead right hand with brutal accuracy. Tough guy Guerrero finished the fight on his feet and proud, but bloodied and bruised all the same.
The undercard featured three highly entertaining fights and overall, it was a terrific night for boxing.