Floyd Mayweather stayed undefeated tonight, dominating Robert Guerrero over 12 rounds en route to an unanimous decision victory, on three judges' scorecards of 117-111. BLH scored it 119-109.
Mayweather (44-0, 26 KO) looked just a bit rusty in the earlygoing, but once he had Guerrero (31-2-1, 18 KO) timed, it was all one-way action. Guerrero had a lot of determination, and came out with a lot of fire, as did his corner, but as the fight progressed, it was clear: Mayweather was on a whole other level, and though Guerrero was a perfectly credible challenger, and a good fighter, he just couldn't beat Floyd Mayweather.
Mayweather's lead right hand tore Guerrero up round after round, and Guerrero never developed any rhythm. Like everyone else, Guerrero found it a task and a half to land anything clean on Floyd. It's not that Guerrero did worse than just about anyone else ever has against Mayweather, but he didn't do better than the vast majority. He was out of his league, and that spoke to the excellence of Mayweather, who remains, pound-for-pound, the best boxer on the planet at age 36.
We'll have much more coming on the fight tonight and tomorrow, so stick with us, and thank you for joining us tonight.