Floyd Mayweather vs. Robert Guerrero Results: Most Exciting Rounds from Fight
It was a solid fight, but Floyd Mayweather was able to defeat Robert Guerrero by unanimous decision, winning 117-111.
It was certainly an exciting fight to watch, even if it was a unanimous decision. Guerrero fought with a lot of heart and stayed aggressive, but Floyd was much more precise with his shots.
There’s plenty to talk about from the fight, so let’s go ahead and take a look at some of the most exciting rounds from the main event Saturday night at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
Both fighters tried to make a statement early on, and there were some shots flying quickly. They both looked really focused starting off, particularly with Guerrero. He stayed calm and continued to get some sold swings off of Mayweather’s right hand.
Money did a good job staying elusive in the first, continuing to get out of difficult situations. While his right hand wasn’t landing as much in the first, he certainly found it later in the fight.
It was certainly a great way to kick off the fight, and the first round got the fans pumped up.
Things started to get interesting in the fourth round, and it felt like Mayweather was finally starting to hit his stride.
Ghost’s guard started to slip a bit in this round, and Floyd began to take advantage of it. His right hand finally started to land effectively.
Along with finding his right hand, Money continued to find ways to be evasive. It seemed like whenever Guerrero was getting him up against the ropes, Floyd found ways to slip out of it with ease.
From the start of the fourth round, it felt like Mayweather had taken complete control of the fight.
The sixth round was more of the same.
Mayweather kept finding ways to move around along with landing some good counterpunches. Guerrero was able to keep it close early on, but that defense started to open up once again, and Floyd took advantage of it.
Which of these rounds was the most exciting?
This was probably the most exciting round of the night.
The first cut of the night showed up on Guerrero early on in the round. After the blood started flowing, Mayweather looked to get more aggressive after being relatively conservative for most of the fight.
Things started looking really bad for Guerrero in this round. Along with the cut, he was met with a pretty devastating one-two combo by Mayweather that might have been the shot of night.
With a pretty dominant round by Floyd, it seemed like he had pretty much wrapped up the fight and earned that unanimous decision.
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