Robert Guerrero discusses Pacquiao-Marquez IV, plus the his would've-been fight with Timothy Bradley, which fell apart in the negotiation stages.
Fight Hub TV: "Can you talk about what happened with possibly facing Timothy Bradley?"
Robert Guerrero: "That's one of the fights I was looking forward to, with him just coming off that win with Pacquiao, and being one of the top pound-for-pound fighters in the world, like I said, that's what I live for is the best fights out there. I really felt that was possibly the best fight out there besides Pacquiao or Floyd Mayweather. I really wanted to fight him but unfortunately, he chose to go another route and sit out, and wait for, I guess, Pacquiao."
Fight Hub TV: "What were your thoughts on the Pacquiao fight with Tim Bradley?"
Guerrero: "I thought Pacquiao won the fight, but the judges -- everybody scores fights different. The fights are different when they're live, so it's hard to say. It's hard to say. You've got the commentators spinning it, and sometimes they'll persuade your mind on thinking different. Judges are the ones, that's their profession. Our profession is fighting, their profession is judging. It went down the way it did, but from my eyes, I felt that Pacquiao edged it out."
Fight Hub TV: "What are your thoughts on Pacquiao-Marquez IV?"
Guerrero: "I think it's gonna be a good fight. They always have great fights. Marquez comes game all the time. I think he always puts it on Pacquiao, but we'll see what's gonna happen this time. They're both getting older. We'll see what happens, but it's gonna be a good fight, though."