The father-trainers of Robert Guerrero and Danny Garcia took the spotlight at the final presser for their sons’ Saturday WBC welterweight title bout in Los Angeles.
With the vacant WBC 140-pound title at stake this Saturday, Robert Guerrero believes a win over Danny Garcia will be unforgettable.
In preparation for his March 7 opponent, undefeated welterweight Keith Thurman, former two division titlist Robert Guerrero plans on creating a foolproof strategy for victory.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. looks to be in prime shape for Saturday’s clash with Robert Guerrero, who says he can’t wait “to get down.”
When Angel Garcia, father and trainer of Danny Garcia, watches Floyd Mayweather Sr. and Ruben Gerrero work their sons’ corners on Saturday, he will “watch for who can stay focused, and who can keep their son focused right along with them.”
RING junior middleweight champion Saul “Canelo” Alvarez is expected to be ringside for Saturday night’s clash between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Robert Guerrero at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.
Now just three days from “May Day,” the teams of welterweight combatants Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Robert Guerrero stood at the podium for the last time before Round 1 … and no one’s in a fighting mood more than Guerrero’s dad.
Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s father, Floyd Sr., says he’d be down for a fight against Robert Guerrero’s father/trainer, Ruben, who has referred to the Mayweathers as “clowns.”
Robert Guerrero on Floyd Mayweather: “He’s not that big. Floyd’s not like Andre Berto, who, I mean, was just bulked up and huge. But you’ve got to respect Floyd, because, I mean, he’s fast, he’s slick and he’s smart and he’s a mastermind in the ring.”