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LAS VEGAS --- 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 marvelous in easy win
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 on several occasions,
including a series of right hands near
the end of the eighth round that
buckled Guerrero's knees.
All three judges scored the bout
117-111 in Mayweather's favour. The
Associated Press had Mayweather
"We did it again," Mayweather
said after earning at least $32 million
for his night's work. "I take my hat
off to Robert Guerrero. He's a true
Mayweather remained unbeaten
in 44 fights, while handing Guerrero
only his second loss as a pro.
Mayweather was booed at times
for not mixing it up more, but he
didn't need to. He was content to
move and land jabs and right hand
leads, while Guerrero grew increas-
ingly frustrated trying to chase him.
When Guerrero did hit him, May-
weather quickly got out of the way
and, more often than not, landed a
right hand of his own.
"I landed some good shots on
him," Guerrero said. "He's a great
fighter. He's slick and quick."
The fight at the MGM Grand arena
settled into a familiar pattern from
the third round on as Mayweather
made adjustments and started land-
ing some crisp right leads to Guer-
rero's head. Guerrero was eager to
trade punches, but often couldn't
find Mayweather, who had already
moved out of range.
Before the fight there had been
some concern about Mayweather
having ring rust after going a year
without a fight --- time that included
a spell in jail for assaulting his ex-
But he didn't miss a beat, using
his defensive skills to baffle Guerrero
and keep him off balance.
"I needed my father tonight," said
Mayweather, whose dad was in his
corner for the first time in 13 years.
"My defense was on point and he
told me to stick with my defense
and that the less you get hit the
longer you last."
By the fifth round Mayweather's
confidence was growing and he
began landing some heavy right
hands to Guerrero's head. Guerrero
kept plodding after him, but paid
the price as Mayweather shot counter
right hands through his defenses.
Guerrero (31-2-1) was cut over his
left eye in the eighth round, when
Mayweather seemed on the verge of
All told, Mayweather was credited
with landing 195 punches to 113 for
Mayweather said he planned to
fight again in September, a short
turnaround for him, as part of a six-
fight deal he has with the Showtime
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