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    Sunday, May 5, 2013

    Floyd Mayweather Jr. Beats Robert Guerrero via Unanimous Decision: Speed Can Kill!



    By Val Macanas



    Speed can kill. That was the prevailing thought during the Welterweight Title Fight between the unbeaten Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Robert Guerrero earlier today.

    Mayweather Jr. exhibited his usual glaring speed in his bout earlier against the seemingly slower Robert Guerrero. From the First Round up to the last Round, his speed really baffled Guerrero so much so that the outcome of the fight was a unanimous decision in favor of Pretty Boy Mayweather.

    All of the 3 judges scored the 12-round bout 117-111 in favor of Mayweather Jr..

    The 36 year-old Mayweather Jr. didn't show any signs of wear and tear in this fight. It was as if he was younger than the 30 year-old Guerrero in this fight primarily because he was faster and more agile in the ring.

    "Total Domoninance", that's how I described this masterful victory of Pretty Boy Mayweather.

    Lo and behold, Mayweather Jr.'s win-loss record is now 44-0 (26 KOs). He stopped Guerrero's 15 fight win streak that started in 2005. Thus, Guerrero now has 31 wins and 2 losses.

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