Mayweather vs. Guerrero Results: Biggest Punches from Main Event

Tyler Brooke@TylerDBrookeSenior Analyst IIMay 5, 2013

The fight between Floyd Mayweather and Robert Guerrero featured plenty of exciting shots, even if the event didn’t end in a knockout.

Floyd won in a unanimous decision, with a score of 117-111.  Guerrero showed plenty of aggressiveness in the fight, but Mayweather was the much more precise hitter.

Let’s go ahead and take a look at some of the biggest hits from the fight.

Round 4: Hard right from Money Hits Ghost Hard

This is the round where things got going for Floyd.

After Guerrero kept countering off of Mayweather’s right hand, Floyd finally found his touch with the right, and landed some solid shots including this one in the fourth.

Somehow, Guerrero kept finding ways to get Mayweather up against the ropes. However, Floyd used his elusiveness to keep slipping out of these situations before facing any serious trouble. The Ghosts’ defense opened up a couple of times in the round, and Floyd took advantage.

 

Round 6: Solid Right to the Face by Floyd

Even though Guerrero got a good start early on, Floyd was able to finish the round strong and kept working that right hand.

Guerrero did a good job working the body early in the round, and was keeping up the aggressiveness. 

Mayweather started landing counter-punches while continuing to find ways to move around and avoid the Ghost.

The defense started to leak for Guerrero near the end of the round, and that’s when Floyd was able to land this nice hit.

 

Round 8: 1-2 Combo from Mayweather

This was probably the shot of the night.

The first cut of the night opened up for Guerrero early in the round. It was clear that things were going downhill when his face began to bloody.

It was pretty clear after this round that the winner was going to be Mayweather. He had found his right hand a few rounds earlier, and was working it to his full advantage for the rest of the fight.

A cut on Guerrero along with a big combo by Mayweather made this the most exciting round of the night to go along with the biggest shot of the night.

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