In 2012, Robert Guerrero became the third fighter in boxing history to win a world title at featherweight and welterweight, joining the likes of legends Henry Armstrong and future Hall of Famer Manny Pacquiao. Guerrero also joins the rare breed of fighters, who have jumped up two weight classes to win world championships, which include Roberto Duran, Roy Jones Jr., and Sugar Shane Mosley.
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Guerrero Dominated two Olympians at their prime in Selcuk Aydin and Andre Berto
Both are fully fledged welterweights who fought their whole career at welterweight
Combined record of (51-1, 39 KOs)
Aydin was ranked #1 and never tasted defeat
Berto is a two-time welterweight champion considered one of the best in the division
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Guerrero Jumped up two weight classes from lightweight to welterweight
After a 15-month layoff
Had no tune up fights to get prepared for the weight hike
Fought the ...