Unbeaten middleweight prospect Fernando Guerrero returns to the ESPN2 airwaves on June 17, headlining that night's Friday Night Fights in Austin, Texas. Guerrero will face Michael "Murder Man" Medina in a 10-rounder.
Guerrero (21-0, 16 KO) is coming off a win on the program on February 18 over Derrick Findley, which has distinction as being the first boxing fight ever broadcast live in 3D, and as such sees constant airing on ESPN's 3D channel. Medina (24-3-2, 19 KO) has one of the best nicknames in boxing, but has lost two of his last three. In 2010 he dropped a split decision that shouldn't have been to John Duddy on the Pacquiao-Clottey card at Cowboys Stadium, and in his last fight he dropped veteran Saul Roman in the second round, only to get stopped himself in the same frame.
Medina, 24, is a fairly crude brawler. Guerrero, also 24, has to this date only had any real trouble with veteran guys who can box a little, such as Ishe Smith and Ossie Duran. He probably won't be taking a next major step up the ladder until 2012 at this rate, but he's become a TV regular when he fights, and has built up an impressive following in Salisbury, Maryland, too.
BoxRec.com also has a fight listed between Karim Mayfield (13-0-1, 8 KO) and Steve Forbes (35-9, 11 KO) for the show.