Found May 06, 2013 on
Pro Boxing Fans:
It's time to go back to our top 20 pound for pound list after all of the major fights over the past month. We've been holding out on making our latest update, awaiting the Floyd Mayweather vs. Robert Guerrero results. With another dominant victory for Mayweather, his place as the number 1 pound for pound fighter in the world is secure.
However, there has been plenty of other action which does indeed warrant changes to our list. Dive in below and take a look the who's who of the Sweet Science today.
---> Updated Top 20 Pound for Pound List
Credit: Tom Casino / Showtime
How high does Saul "Canelo" Alvarez go after his victory over Austin Trout? How far does Nonito Donaire drop from his loss to Guillermo Rigondeaux, and where does The Jackal get slotted from that win? How about Abner Mares and his latest triumph, toppling Daniel Ponce de Leon in his featherweight debut? Do Robert Guerrero and Brian Viloria get ousted from the list with their latest setbacks?
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Robert Guerrero’s father Ruben Guerrero at the very least stayed consistent with his trash talk.
Even after watching his son get dominated by Mayweather jr. he still had some things to say about the undefeated boxer. Check out the video below courtesy of The Big Lead. Listen closely as you can hear Guerrero’s father yelling “He ran like a chicken!”
Regardless of what...
Floyd Mayweather made his Showtime deal debut a successful one, taking a clear unanimous decision over Robert Guerrero, who got off to a hot start but succumbed to Mayweather's superior skills Saturday. The consensus top boxer in the world fought like it after Guerrero had some early success, and we'll find out later whether his past pay-per-view golden touch kissed this...
Another day, another dollar in the life of Floyd Mayweather Jr. Last night at the MGM Grand, Mayweather put on a clinic, and quelled the doubters who said at the age of 36, he was losing his edge. Mayweather blended agility, defense, offense and smarts and he was simply on another level im comparison to Robert Guerrero en route to a easy unanimous decision victory.
A the post fight...
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It's fight night! Tonight is finally our chance to see the Mayweather vs. Guerrero results, as the two men battle it out on Showtime Pay-Per-View, live from Las Vegas. Here at ProBoxing-Fans.com, we'll be providing the full big-fight treatment, with live Mayweather vs. Guerrero round by round results...
In an utterly brilliant showing, legendary prizefighter Floyd Mayweather earned a unanimous decision victory over Robert Guerrero on Saturday night in front of 15,880 fans at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada. Dismissing concerns of aging, inactivity and a stint behind bars, Mayweather (44-0, 26 KOs) used an impenetrable defense to keep Guerrero (31-2-1-2, 18 KOs) off balance and...
Floyd 'Money' Mayweather proved once again that he is the best pound for pound boxer in the world with a unanimous decision over Robert Guerrero. All three judges scored the fight the same, 117-111, for the champ.
When a picture says it all.
Independent bloggers like myself don't make enough to cover the pay-per-view fee, but I found myself entranced following...
Floyd Mayweather Jr. is still undefeated.
The welterweight champ beat contender Robert Guerrero in a unanimous 12-round decision on Saturday night. It was Mayweather’s first bout in a year.
The three judges scored the fight 117-111. Guerrero hadn’t lost a match in eight years.
Mayweather said he was looking for the knockout, but he hurt his hand midfight, according to the Associated...
Floyd Mayweather Jr. fought as if he had never left the ring, coming back from a year's absence to win a unanimous 12-round decision over Robert Guerrero in their welterweight title fight on Saturday.
Mayweather was masterful at times, landing thudding right hands and bloodying Guerrero's face in a performance that mimicked some of his best fights. Mayweather hurt Guerrero...
I don't believe in ghosts.
Floyd Mayweather and Robert Guerrero face off tonight in a welterweight title fight. Coverage kicks off at 9 p.m. eastern, be sure to join us!
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Floyd Mayweather Jr. thoroughly dominated Robert Guerrero on Saturday in Las Vegas to improve to 44-0.
Mayweather was hit a bit in the early rounds, but Guerrero hardly touched him after that. Guerrero landed 113 total punches. The lack of hits Floyd took was a big change from his previous fight when he was belted pretty badly by Miguel Cotto, who landed 75 power shots.
- As noted earlier, Triple H and Stephanie McMahon noted on Twitter that the two would be attending the Floyd Mayweather vs Robert Guerrero boxing match Saturday night in Las Vegas. Here is a photo of the two at the event.
- We also noted that several NXT Stars were working WWE live events this weekend. Bray Wyatt debuted a new look, now sporting a face mask. You can check it...
- As noted earlier, Triple H and Stephanie McMahon noted on Twitter that the two would be attending the Floyd Mayweather vs Robert Guerrero boxing match in Las Vegas. Here is a photo of the two at the event.
- We also noted that several NXT Stars were working WWE live events this weekend. Bray Wyatt debuted a new look, now sporting a face mask. You can check it out below.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. dismantled Robert Guerrero on Saturday night, and turned a highly anticipated showdown into a paid sparring session.
As it was pointed out yesterday on this amazing site, Mayweather Jr. has six task to complete, and has 30 months to complete all of them.
Mayweather Jr. can’t afford to waste time, nor does he plan to. ESPN.com is reporting that the hand...