Originally written on The Queensbury Rules  |  Last updated 5/4/13
This Floyd Mayweather-Robert Guerrero undercard is on the upper end of pay-per-view undercards, so keep coming back here Saturday for continually updated results right after each bout ends. We've got action stars Abner Mares, Leo Santa Cruz and Gabriel Rosado in action. For a full preview, click here. Mayweather-Guerrero fight time is probably closer to midnight, but if you're coming back frequently to figure out when the fight is about to start, you can expect it shortly after the third undercard bout results are reported below. We'll go in chronological order. ****** Middleweight prospect J'Leon Love got the kind of test he needed and many thought he would get from Gabriel Rosado, including suffering a knockdown, but he took a narrow split decision victory. I had it narrowly -- 95-94 -- for Love, but the 97-92 card for Love was BS. This was a very close fight. Rosado gave away the early rounds inexplicably, trying to box with a technically superior, faster and more nimble guy, but he began to work his way into the bout in the 3rd, finally winning the 4th. Love rebounded admirably in the 5th, but by the 6th Rosado finally caught him with a big right hand that knocked him down. Love again rebounded admirably in the 7th, and fought well in the 8th, but Rosado was again catching him well in the 9th and 10th and Love might've been hurt at the end of the 9th and that kept him on the defensive in the 10th. The crowd seemed to think Rosado deserved it, but, sorry, it was a toss-up fight and Rosado didn't do what he should've so whatever argument he had, he helped neutralize. Love said he would be willing to do it again, and I wouldn't mind it.
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