Robert Guerrero

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Robert Guerrero
Statistics
Real nameRobert Joseph Guerrero
Nickname(s)The Ghost
Weight(s)
Height5 ft 8 in (173 cm)
Reach70 in (178 cm)
NationalityAmerican
Born (1983-03-27) March 27, 1983 (age 36)
Gilroy, California, U.S.
StanceSouthpaw
Boxing record
Total fights44
Wins35
Wins by KO20
Losses6
Draws1
No contests2

Robert Joseph Guerrero (born March 27, 1983) is an American professional boxer. He has held world championships in two weight classes, including the IBF featherweight title twice between 2006 and 2008, and the IBF junior lightweight title from 2009 to 2010. Additionally he has held multiple interim titles at lightweight and welterweight.

Professional career[edit]

Featherweight[edit]

Early career[edit]

Guerrero is trained by his father Ruben Guerrero, a former amateur champion, who introduced Robert and his five brothers to boxing as youngsters growing up in Gilroy, California.[1] After an impressive amateur career begun at a very young age, Robert turned professional, at the age of 18, on May 22, 2001 with a four-round unanimous decision win against Alejandro Cruz. After several wins and only a single draw later, Guerrero won the WBC NABF Featherweight title against Cesar Figueroa on December 9, 2004. Defending his NABF title twice, Guerrero was seen as a rising prospect, until meeting Gamaliel Diaz in a bout televised on ShoBox, on the Showtime channel, on December 12, 2005. An aggressive Diaz upset Guerrero, winning by split decision and taking the NABF belt in the process.

Guerrero rebounded from his first loss by defeating Sandros Marcos via third-round technical knock-out, setting up a rematch against Diaz, again on Showtime. Guerrero knocked down Diaz in the first round, and eventually knocking out Diaz early in the sixth round. The win set him up to face IBF champion Eric Aiken.

Featherweight title[edit]

In his first world championship fight on September 2, 2006, Guerrero defeated Eric Aiken by an eighth-round technical knockout in Los Angeles. Guerrero used inside fighting, neutralizing Aiken's power, and eventually making Aiken quit on his stool after the eighth round to earn his first world title belt.

Guerrero vs. Salido[edit]

Guerrero lost the belt in his next fight in a mandatory defense to future Featherweight champion Orlando Salido in Las Vegas. Salido dominated the majority of the bout and pulled off an upset decision win with scores of 115-113, 117-111, 118-110.[2] However, Salido would subsequently be stripped of the IBF title after testing positive for steroids, thus vacating the belt; the result of the bout would also be changed to a twelve-round no decision by the Nevada State Athletic Commission.

The IBF subsequently gave Guerrero the shot at the vacant featherweight title, which he won by ninth-round technical knockout in Copenhagen, Denmark on February 23, 2007, against Albanian boxer Spend Abazi.

Guerrero's second defense of his second title was to be against Rocky Juarez (27-3, 19 KOs); however, Juarez chose to meet WBC Super Featherweight Champion Juan Manuel Márquez in a money fight instead. Guerrero's first defense was scheduled to be against Martin Honorio (24-3-1) on November 3, 2007, and was televised on Showtime, on the undercard of the Marquez-Juarez match. Guerrero was unable to attend the final press conference before the match after his wife Casey[3] was diagnosed with leukemia. Guerrero defeated Honorio in a first round knock-out.

On February 29, 2008, Guerrero defeated Jason Litzau via an eighth round knock out.[4] Guerrero then vacated the title to move up in weight.

Super featherweight[edit]

Guerrero vs. Yordan[edit]

On March 7, 2009, Guerrero fought Daud Yordan in his HBO debut. The fight ended in a second round "no contest" decision after Guerrero suffered a headbutt resulting in a gash above his eye. After the bout Guerrero offered Yordan a rematch, however, Yordan reportedly declined.[5]

Guerrero vs. Hinojosa[edit]

On June 12, 2009, Guerrero faced Efren Hinojosa (30-5-1). He suffered another deep cut near his left eye from a head-butt in the seventh round, but this time it did not slow his progress as he scored an 8th round TKO victory. After the bout, the media described him as having redeemed himself for his previous lackluster effort.[6][7]

Guerrero vs. Klassen[edit]

On August 22, 2009, Guerrero challenged Malcolm Klassen for his IBF Super Featherweight title. Guerrero won the fight by a unanimous decision to claim the world title. The scores were 117-112, 116-112 and 115-113 in his favor.[8]

In February 2010, Guerrero vacated his Featherweight title in order to care for his ailing wife.

Lightweight[edit]

Guererro vs. Arrieta[edit]

On April 30, 2010, Guerrero moved up to the lightweight division to fight Robert Arrieta (35-15-4). The bout took place at the Tropicana Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States.[9] Guerrero won the fight by TKO in the 8th round.[10]

After the bout, Guerrero expressed his interest in fighting Mexican champion Juan Manuel Márquez.[11]

Light welterweight[edit]

Guerrero vs. Casamayor[edit]

On July 31, 2010, Guerrero moved up to the junior welterweight division and faced Cuban fighter Joel Casamayor on the undercard of the Marquez vs. Diaz pay-per-view at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.[12] Guerrero defeated Casamayor by a 10 round unanimous decision.[13]

Return to lightweight[edit]

Guerrero vs. Escobedo[edit]

On November 6, 2010, he faced Vicente Escobedo for the vacant WBO Inter-Continental lightweight title. Guerrero knocked Escobedo down in the third and sixth rounds en route to a ten round unanimous decision.[14]

Guerrero vs. Katsidis[edit]

On April 9, 2011, Guerrero faced Michael Katsidis for the interim WBA and WBO lightweight titles. Guerrero won the bout with a 12 round unanimous decision.In a post fight interview when asked on his hometown he said,"It's nice when you're pretty much their biggest thing besides garlic in Gilroy." Guerrero was scheduled to face Marcos Maidana in August for the WBA jr welterweight title, however, he was forced to pull out of the bout after suffering a torn tendon in his rotator cuff. He underwent surgery to repair the injury and could be out of the ring for up to 6 months.[15]

Welterweight[edit]

Guerrero vs. Aydin[edit]

Guerrero returned to the ring by jumping two weight classes to face unbeaten top 10 welterweight Selcuk Aydin. On July 28, 2012 Guerrero defeated Aydin in San Jose, California by unanimous decision for the interim WBC welterweight title.[16]

Guerrero vs. Berto[edit]

Guerrero's next fight was against former two-time Welterweight champion Andre Berto (28-1, 22 KO) at the Citizens Bank Business Arena in Ontario, California. Guerrero started off the fight fast, sending Berto to the canvas each of the first two rounds, as well as badly closing Berto's right eye early on. Berto got back into the fight during the middle rounds, landing hard uppercuts and right hands on Guerrero, who took the punches well. Throughout the fight the two traded punches with Berto on the ropes and Guerrero smothering him, while out working him the majority of the time. By the end of the fight, both of Berto's eyes and Guerrero's right eye were closed shut.[17] Guerrero won a unanimous decision by the scores of 116-110 on all three scorecards. Guerrero had a purse of $1 million, while Berto's purse was $1.625 million. In the post fight interview, Guerrero called out pound-for-pound champion Floyd Mayweather saying, "Pretty Boy, let's do it."[18][19]

Guerrero vs. Mayweather[edit]

On May 4, 2013 in a fight billed as May Day', Guerrero lost to Floyd Mayweather Jr. (43-0, 26 KOs) in the WBC Welterweight Championship fight by a unanimous decision in front of a 15,880 crowd at the MGM Grand arena, with all judges scoring the fight 117-111 in favor of Mayweather. Guerrero won the first 3 rounds, then Mayweather adjusted back to his defensive style and won from the 4th to 12th round. Mayweather landing a high 60 percent of his power punches, which included 23 of 30 power punches in the eighth round, when Guerrero was cut over his left eye. Throughout the fight, Mayweather landed 195 punches to 113 for Guerrero.[20] Guerrero reportedly earned a career high of $3 million and the fight exceeded 1 million ppv buys.[21]

Guerrero vs. Kamegai[edit]

Guerrero took off a full year before returning to the ring on June 21, 2014 to fight Japanese boxer Yoshihiro Kamegai. Guererro could hardly open his left eye toward the end of the fight, but scored a unanimous 12 round decision over the tough Kamegai with official scores of 116-112, 117-111, and 117-111,[22] thereby marking a triumphant return to the ring.[23]

Guerrero vs. Thurman[edit]

On March 7, Guerrero fought in NBC's first episode of their new series, "Premier Boxing Champions" at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Guerrero's opponent was undefeated Keith Thurman. Thurman started off the match as the aggressor, throwing many powerful punches. Guerrero was able to withstand Thurman's blows until he was knocked down in the ninth round. Although the fight seemed bleak for Guerrero he was able to fight back, giving an exciting final three rounds in which he became the aggressor and forced Thurman against the ropes. Ultimately, "The Ghost" lost by unanimous decision but Guerrero's determination and strong will to win had the crowd of the MGM Grand chanting his name for the majority of the final round.[24][25]

Guerrero vs. Martinez[edit]

On June 6, 2015 Guerrero fought again on NBC as part of the "Premier Boxing Champions" series at StubHub Center, California, against the gritty Aron Martinez (19-4-1, 4 KOs). Martinez proved himself to be an underdog with bite. The action got going in earnest in Round 2, with both fighters working the body hard in some grueling infighting. Martinez continued to press the action in Round 4, scoring a knockdown at the end with hard body shots and then combinations to the head. But the momentum of the fight began to swing back in Guerrero's direction in Round 6, when he fought more from the outside. Both fighters had their moments in the latter half of the fight, but it was Guerrero who was able to control the distance, outland Martinez and pull out a split-decision win in a feisty back-and-forth battle.[26]

Guerrero vs. Garcia[edit]

On January 23, 2016 Guerrero fought on FOX as part of the "Premier Boxing Champions" series at Staples Center, California, against the undefeated Danny Garcia (31-0-0, 18 KO) for the vacant WBC Welterweight Championship. The match was ruled a unanimous decision in favor of Garcia with all three judges scoring the bout 116-112, despite fighting on near-equal terms. Guerrero started off impressive, but became less effective late in the fight falling to a 3rd career defeat in a welterweight title fight. Garcia landed 163 of 496 thrown (33%), whilst Guerrero landed 108 of 436 punches thrown (25%).[27]

Guerrero vs. Peralta[edit]

Guerrero's next fight was announced on July 16, to take place at the Honda Center in Anaheim against Argentine boxer David Emanuel Peralta (25-2-1, 14 KOs) on August 27. Guerrero was outboxed, outclassed and beaten by Peralta. The judges decided after 12 rounds Peralta won by split decision, handing Guerrero his 4th loss in his last six fights.[28][29]

Guerrero vs. Figueroa Jr.[edit]

On May 23, 2017 it was announced that Guerrero would fight at the renovated Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, New York against undefeated former WBC lightweight champion Omar Figueroa Jr. (26-0-1, 18 KOs) on July 15, 2017. The bout will take place as part of a triple header main event which would include Sean Monaghan vs. Marcus Browne. Before this fight, Figueroa last fought in December 2015.[30] The first boxing event to take place at the Coliseum in 31 years saw Guerrero stopped in the third round in front of a crowd of 7,492. Figueroa dropped Guerrero a total five times before the fight was halted. According to Compubox stats, Figueroa landed 88 of his 185 punches thrown (48%), whilst Guerrero landed 78 of 201 thrown (39%). Guerrero saw success in round 1, but the fight turned around when Figueroa landed a huge left hook knocking Guerrero down and eventually handing him his third consecutive loss.[31][32] Accoridng to Nielsen Media, the fight peaked at 1,039,000 viewers on Fox. The whole show averaged 886,000 viewers.[33]

Retirement[edit]

A couple of days following his first stoppage loss, Guerrero announced his retirement from professional boxing after 16 years. Guerrero had been on a decline, since losing to Floyd Mayweather in 2012. He had only won two of his last six fights. Guerrero said in a statement,

First, I want to thank God for allowing me to have a wonderful career. I'm a kid from a small town in Gilroy, California, who made it to the mountain top of the boxing world. When I was a young kid growing up, I always believed in myself, but never in my wildest dreams would I have imagined a small-town kid like myself, would be fighting in front of millions of fans." "I was blessed to win multiple world titles in four-divisions. A boxer's career is a long and tough road. Many tears were shed, lots of blood, and tons of sweat. Many miles were traveled, thousands of rounds sparred, none were easy and nothing was ever given to me. I earned everything I got the old fashion way. I never ducked anyone and fought the best fighters in the world. I fought my way through every obstacle to make sure my fans enjoyed every second, of every round, of my fights.

In the statement, he also thanked advisor Al Haymon and praised him as "the most special man" he ever met in his boxing career. He ended his career with 33 wins out of 42 fights, including 18 wins coming inside the distance.[34][35]

Comeback[edit]

On November 8, 2018 Guerrero surprisingly announced he would be returning to the boxing ring, stating he had 'some fight left' and also wanting to further his legacy. According to ESPN, his return bout would take place on December 1 on the Wilder vs. Fury Showtime PPV card at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.[36][37] Guerrero was scheduled to fight 27-year-old Hungarian boxer Adam Mate (28-12, 21 KOs) in a 10 round welterweight bout.[38] For the comeback, Guerrero was guaranteed a $25,000 purse.[39] Fightinf for the first time in 16 months, Guerrero knocked out Mate in round 2 of their scheduled 8 round bout. Mate was knocked down once in round 1, taking a knee and twice in round 2. After beating the count for the second knockdown, referee Ray Corona stopped the fight. It was Guerrero's first stoppage win in 13 fights, dating back to April 2010.[40]

Professional boxing record[edit]

Professional record summary
44 fights 35 wins 6 losses
By knockout 20 1
By decision 15 5
Draws 1
No contests 2
No. Result Record Opponent Type Round, time Date Location Notes
44 Win 35–6–1 (2) Colombia Hevinson Herrera RTD 5 (10), 3:00 Mar 9, 2019 United States Dignity Health Sports Park, Carson, California, U.S.
43 Win 34–6–1 (2) Hungary Adam Mate KO 2 (8), 2:25 Dec 1, 2018 United States Staples Center, Los Angeles, California, U.S.
42 Loss 33–6–1 (2) United States Omar Figueroa Jr. TKO 3 (12), 1:30 Jul 15, 2017 United States Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, New York, U.S.
41 Loss 33–5–1 (2) Argentina David Emanuel Peralta SD 12 Aug 27, 2016 United States Honda Center, Anaheim, California, U.S.
40 Loss 33–4–1 (2) United States Danny García UD 12 Jan 23, 2016 United States Staples Center, Los Angeles, California, U.S. For vacant WBC welterweight title
39 Win 33–3–1 (2) United States Aaron Martinez SD 10 Jun 6, 2015 United States StubHub Center, Carson, California, U.S.
38 Loss 32–3–1 (2) United States Keith Thurman UD 12 Mar 7, 2015 United States MGM Grand Garden Arena, Paradise, Nevada, U.S. For WBA welterweight title
37 Win 32–2–1 (2) Japan Yoshihiro Kamegai UD 12 Jun 21, 2014 United States StubHub Center, Carson, California, U.S.
36 Loss 31–2–1 (2) United States Floyd Mayweather Jr. UD 12 May 4, 2013 United States MGM Grand Garden Arena, Paradise, Nevada, U.S. For WBC, lineal, and vacant The Ring welterweight titles
35 Win 31–1–1 (2) United States Andre Berto UD 12 Nov 24, 2012 United States Citizens Business Bank Arena, Ontario, California, U.S. Retained WBC interim welterweight title
34 Win 30–1–1 (2) Turkey Selçuk Aydın UD 12 Jul 28, 2012 United States HP Pavilion, San Jose, California, U.S. Won vacant WBC interim welterweight title
33 Win 29–1–1 (2) Australia Michael Katsidis UD 12 Apr 9, 2011 United States MGM Grand Garden Arena, Paradise, Nevada, U.S. Won vacant WBA interim and WBO interim lightweight titles
32 Win 28–1–1 (2) United States Vicente Escobedo UD 10 Nov 6, 2010 United States Prudential Center, Newark, New Jersey, U.S. Won WBO Inter-Continental lightweight title
31 Win 27–1–1 (2) Cuba Joel Casamayor UD 10 Jul 31, 2010 United States Mandalay Bay Events Center, Paradise, Nevada, U.S.
30 Win 26–1–1 (2) Argentina Roberto David Arrieta TKO 8 (10), 0:29 Apr 30, 2010 United States Tropicana Las Vegas, Paradise, Nevada, U.S.
29 Win 25–1–1 (2) South Africa Malcolm Klassen UD 12 Aug 22, 2009 United States Toyota Center, Houston, Texas, U.S. Won IBF junior lightweight title
28 Win 24–1–1 (2) Mexico Efren Hinojosa RTD 8 (10), 3:00 Jun 12, 2009 United States HP Pavilion, San Jose, California, U.S.
27 NC 23–1–1 (2) Indonesia Daud Yordan NC 2 (10), 1:47 Mar 7, 2009 United States HP Pavilion, San Jose, California, U.S. For vacant WBONABO junior lightweight title;
NC after Guerrero was unable to continue from an accidental head clash
26 Win 23–1–1 (1) Mexico Edel Ruiz TKO 1 (10), 0:43 Jan 24, 2009 United States Staples Center, Los Angeles, California, U.S.
25 Win 22–1–1 (1) United States Jason Litzau KO 8 (12), 2:25 Feb 29, 2008 United States Tachi Palace Hotel & Casino, Lemoore, California, U.S. Retained IBF featherweight title
24 Win 21–1–1 (1) Mexico Martin Honorio TKO 1 (12), 0:56 Nov 3, 2007 United States Desert Diamond Casino, Tucson, Arizona, U.S. Retained IBF featherweight title
23 Win 20–1–1 (1) Albania Spend Abazi TKO 9 (12), 0:01 Feb 23, 2007 Denmark Falkoner Center, Copenhagen, Denmark Won vacant IBF featherweight title
22 NC 19–1–1 (1) Mexico Orlando Salido UD 12 Nov 4, 2006 United States Mandalay Bay Events Center, Paradise, Nevada, U.S. Lost IBF featherweight title;
Originally a UD win for Salido, later ruled an NC after he failed a drug test
21 Win 19–1–1 United States Eric Aiken RTD 8 (12), 3:00 Sep 2, 2006 United States Staples Center, Los Angeles, California, U.S. Won IBF featherweight title
20 Win 18–1–1 Mexico Gamaliel Díaz KO 6 (12), 2:33 Jun 23, 2006 United States Oakland Arena, Oakland, California, U.S. Won NABF featherweight title
19 Win 17–1–1 Mexico Sandro Marcos TKO 3 (10), 0:54 May 18, 2006 United States HP Pavilion, San Jose, California, U.S.
18 Loss 16–1–1 Mexico Gamaliel Díaz SD 12 Dec 2, 2005 United States Palace Indian Gaming Center, Lemoore, California, U.S. Lost NABF featherweight title
17 Win 16–0–1 Mexico Sammy Ventura KO 1 (12), 2:05 Sep 16, 2005 United States Palace Indian Gaming Center, Lemoore, California, U.S. Retained NABF featherweight title
16 Win 15–0–1 Mexico Adrian Valdez TKO 12 Apr 1, 2005 United States Palace Indian Gaming Center, Lemoore, California, U.S. Retained NABF featherweight title
15 Win 14–0–1 Mexico Cesar Figueroa KO 4 (12), 0:59 Dec 9, 2004 United States Pechanga Resort & Casino, Temecula, California, U.S. Won NABF featherweight title
14 Win 13–0–1 Mexico Enrique Sanchez TKO 8 (10) Jun 3, 2004 United States Chinook Winds Casino, Lincoln City, Oregon, U.S.
13 Win 12–0–1 Colombia Juan Polo Perez TKO 2 (6) Apr 24, 2004 United States Miccosukee Resort & Gaming, Miami, Florida, U.S.
12 Draw 11–0–1 Mexico Julian Rodriguez TD 1 (8), 1:17 Mar 14, 2004 United States Pechanga Resort & Casino, Temecula, California, U.S. TD after Rodriguez could not continue after an accidental foul
11 Win 11–0 Mexico Jose Luis Tula TKO 1 (10), 2:30 Jun 8, 2003 United States Texas Station, North Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.
10 Win 10–0 United States David Vasquez TKO 1 (10), 1:02 May 4, 2003 United States Spotlight 29 Casino, Coachella, California, U.S.
9 Win 9–0 Nicaragua Jose Alfonso Rodriguez TKO 2 (6), 2:38 Dec 20, 2002 United States American Airlines Arena, Miami, Florida, U.S.
8 Win 8–0 Mexico Freddy Castro UD 6 Jul 3, 2002 United States Hyatt Hotel, Monterey, California, U.S.
7 Win 7–0 Mexico Marcos Badillo UD 6 Apr 14, 2002 United States The Joint, Paradise, Nevada, U.S.
6 Win 6–0 United States Robert Enriquez UD 4 Mar 10, 2002 United States Green Valley Ranch, Henderson, Nevada, U.S.
5 Win 5–0 Mexico Joaquin Candelario UD 4 Feb 8, 2002 United States Pechanga Resort & Casino, Temecula, California, U.S.
4 Win 4–0 United States Arthur Trevino UD 4 Jan 25, 2002 United States Young Pavilion, Pembroke Pines, Florida, U.S.
3 Win 3–0 United States Oscar Rosales UD 4 Nov 2, 2001 United States Sunset Station, San Antonio, Texas, U.S.
2 Win 2–0 United States Javier Gonzalez TKO 3 (4) Sep 29, 2001 United States Miccosukee Resort & Gaming, Miami, Florida, U.S.
1 Win 1–0 Mexico Alejandro Cruz UD 4 Apr 22, 2001 United States Fantasy Springs Resort Casino, Indio, California, U.S.

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2010 The Ghost Himself Directed by Andrew Johnston, in association with Golden Boy Promotions

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External links[edit]

Sporting positions
Regional boxing titles
Preceded by
César Figueroa
NABF featherweight champion
December 9, 2004 – December 2, 2005
Succeeded by
Gamaliel Díaz
Preceded by
Gamaliel Díaz
NABF featherweight champion
June 23, 2006 – November 2006
Vacant
Title next held by
Juan Ruiz
Vacant
Title last held by
Kevin Mitchell
WBO Inter-Continental
lightweight champion

November 6, 2010 – April 9, 2011
Won interim world title
Vacant
Title next held by
Kevin Mitchell
World boxing titles
Preceded by
Eric Aiken
IBF featherweight champion
September 2, 2006 – November 4, 2006
Succeeded by Orlando Salido; vacant after NC
Vacant
Title next held by
Himself
Vacant
Title last held by
Himself
IBF featherweight champion
February 23, 2007 – June 22, 2008
Vacated
Vacant
Title next held by
Cristóbal Cruz
Preceded by
Malcolm Klassen
IBF junior lightweight champion
August 22, 2009 – February 16, 2010
Vacated
Vacant
Title next held by
Mzonke Fana
Vacant
Title last held by
Miguel Acosta
WBA lightweight champion
Interim title

April 9, 2011 – August 29, 2011
Vacated
Vacant
Title next held by
Richar Abril
Vacant
Title last held by
Michael Katsidis
WBO lightweight champion
Interim title

April 9, 2011 – September 1, 2011
Vacated
Vacant
Title next held by
Ricky Burns
Vacant
Title last held by
Shane Mosley
WBC welterweight champion
Interim title

July 28, 2012 – May 4, 2013
Lost bid for full title
Vacant