Floyd Mayweather and Robert Guerrero are good to go for tomorrow night's Showtime pay-per-view main event from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, as each made weight and looked strong for their WBC welterweight title clash.
Mayweather (43-0, 26 KO) came in at 146 pounds, with Guerrero (31-1-1, 18 KO) at the division limit of 147. The crowd gave both a mixed reaction, with loud cheers and loud boos for both sides. In all honesty, if there wasn't "buzz" before, it seems like there is now, which is par for the course with Mayweather fights, at least in my experience. The atmosphere at the weigh-in was hot, and best of all, there was no BS between the camps. They had a good, long staredown, but no talking, no shoving, no nonsense.
In the main undercard bout, Daniel Ponce De Leon and Abner Mares both looked good at 126 pounds for their WBC featherweight title fight. Leo Santa Cruz weighed in at 122 to Alexander Munoz's 121 for their super bantamweight clash. And while Gabriel Rosado made the 160-pound limit, there's some real concern over J'Leon Love, who arrived an hour late and didn't weigh in until after the main event fighters were off the scales, coming in at 161.5 pounds. He's got an hour to lose the weight, but if he can't, expect the fight to go on, anyway. Someone will pay for it.