Robert Guerrero says he's ready for Floyd Mayweather or Adrien Broner, but won't fight at a catchweight. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
Robert Guerrero recently spoke with Ryan Maquinana of CSN Bay Area about a variety of topics, most notably a couple of possible future opponents for him, Floyd Mayweather and Adrien Broner. Guerrero and Broner have had some type of Twitter "beef" recently, while Guerrero has made very clear his desire to face Mayweather.
On Floyd Mayweather:
"It's possible to make the fight. Everything's there to do the fight. I just think he might go out without a fight, just give up the [WBC] title. We'll see what happens. Time will tell. I know he still has time to make a decision, but I'm right here. I've got his title. If he wants it, he can come get it.
On Adrien Broner:
"Like I always say, if you're going to challenge somebody, you challenge them and go to their weight. You get guys like Adrien Broner and other fighters wanting to challenge guys, but they want to bring them down for a catchweight. If you're going to throw out a challenge, you do it where the guy's at his best, where he's at his strongest, where he's at. You're gonna go to fight him. I'm not about that. Calling out guys and trying to bring them down to weight and meet at catchweights and this and that -- you gotta man up, pretty much. You gotta man up and fight the fights that are right there in front of you. If you throw out the challenge, hey, you know what? You're gonna go to the challenge. You're not gonna bring the challenge to you."