Middleweight beltholder Peter Quillin could soon defend his WBO title against promotional stablemate Danny Jacobs.
Lem's latest: Guerrero says God wants him to 'humble' Mayweather
"I believe God put me here to humble Floyd Mayweather, and it is going to happen," said Robert Guerrero, who, with his wife, Casey, visited the set of Good Morning America on Tuesday.
On Monday, the couple visited the shows of CBN's The 700 Club, hosted by Pat Robertson, TBN's Praise the Lord show with Carman Licciardello.
Guerrero is also this year's "Ambassador of Hope" spokesperson for BeTheMatch.org along with Roberts in their quest is to help register minorities into the national bone-marrow registry.
On May 4 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Guerrero (31-1-1, 18 knockouts) will be after his 16th straight win and his 10th knockout during that stretch when he challenges WBC welterweight titleholder Floyd Mayweather Jr. (43-0, 26 KOs) on Showtime Pay Per View.
"I'm excited for this fight. Man, I just can't wait to get out there and fight Floyd Mayweather. I plan to shock the world," said Guerrero.
"It's funny, because I've been talking to the media and telling them that I’m going to beat Floyd. Now, it's time to get out there and do it. I’m ready."
Guerrero is coming off November's unanimous-decision victory over two-time titleholder Andre Berto, while Mayweather was last in the ring in May when he earned his fifth belt over eight weight divisions with a unanimous decision that dethroned Miguel Cotto as WBA junior middleweight beltholder.
In March of 2010, Guerrero chose to pull out of a scheduled clash with Michael Katsidis in order to be with Casey during her recovery from a bone-marrow transplant.
At ringside for Guerrero's unanimous decision over Selcuk Aydin in July were Casey and her donor, Katharina Zech, of Germany, whom the Guerrero's met for the first time earlier that year.
Robert Guerrero's devotion to his wife and family were recognized when he received The Bill Crawford Award for Courage In The Face of Adversity from the Boxing Writers Association of America in 2011.
"A lot of people think I’m crazy, but I think you're crazy for thinking that I’m crazy. Just look at my wife. She asked the Lord to heal her and He did," said Guerrero.
"When you believe, amazing things happen. I'm telling you all now that I am going to beat him. I believe God does things for a reason. I believe God put me here to humble Floyd Mayweather, and it is going to happen."
Guerrero will end Tuesday's media appearances by being a guest on ESPN's Sports Center 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT.
ALANTEZ FOX RETURNS ON APRIL 20
Junior middleweight Alantez "SlyAza" Fox (10-0-1, four knockouts), a 6-foot-5 prospect who turned 21 on March 13, will return to the ring on April 20 at Show Place Arena in Upper Marlboro, Md., against Djolevi Ballogou (8-4, 6 KOs), of Lome, Togo.
Fox, of Forestville, Md., is coming off a unanimous-decision victory over Greg Hackett on March 2 that followed January's unanimous decision win over Julius Kennedy, with each of his past two triumphs taking place at The Rosecroft Raceway in Fort Washington, Md.
"I am in great shape, and being able to stay busy has been a huge benefit for me. That is unfortunate for my opponent, because he's going to have to find a way to outwork me, which isn't happening. Keep serving them up, that's how I feel because a closed mouth don't get fed and I'm fighting like I'm starving," said Fox.
The card is being promoted by Ross Molovinsky.
"I don't know if there has been a club card quite like this in history, but we have six former national amateur champions on the card," said Molovinsky.
"All of them will be matched tough. For example, we have an opponent for Fox who has been in three 12-rounders, Djolevi Ballogou of Lome, Togo."
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