Looking at Robert Guerrero, it’s easy to take him lightly. He doesn’t look like someone that would make you fearful in an alley. He doesn’t have that knockout punch or flashy style that typically evokes a strong fan base or widespread wonder. He just keeps winning. After titles in 4 weight class, including a record that shows only one loss, since avenged, it’s time to start trying to make sense of it all.
After he defeated Andre Berto, I started thinking about it and emerged with a feeling that Guerrero's strength is his depth--as a fighter and as a person. All he has been through in and out of the ring has galvanized him. They say what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger and Guerrero’s career really exemplifies that.
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In today’s age of building fighters, many boxers get to the top without the necessary chops to sustain success. I saw Guerrero on his way up, at Pechanga Casino while he was still in his teens. I liked what I saw and kept dibs. In ...