Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero has shown throughout his career that he is willing to engage in a brawl to earn the victory. Guerrero, a former four-division world champion, is putting on the final touches on his training camp for his 7 March clash with the brawny Keith Thurman. The fight will be televised as part of the “Premier Boxing Champions Series” on NBC.
“I’m very happy that the fight is right around the corner. I’m looking forward to giving fans a great night in boxing; A lot of big shots are going to be thrown from my end.”
Guerrero knows that Thurman (23-0-1, 21 KOs) is training just vigorously.
“I know Keith Thurman is training hard, and so am I, This fight is going to be a war and I’m looking forward to it.”
Guerrero has only fought twice in the past two years after losing to Floyd Mayweather Jr. and beating Yoshihiro Kamegai in a bruising bout in June 2014. Guerrero is confident that the fans have not seen the best of him yet.
“Training camp is wrapping up and my body feels great. This is one of the best camps I’ve had in a very long time, and the fans can count on me being at peak performance on fight night,” he asserted.
If Guerrero wants this fight to be a war, he will have to find a way to trap Keith Thurman against the ropes and force him to trade. Because Thurman’s natural inclination is to give ground while throwing left hooks. So that his opponent is unable to produce anything offensively.
Thurman is an undefeated fighter, but Guerrero is no Julio Diaz or a Leonard Bundu. We are in for a good night of boxing for the WBA Welterweight title.
“I can’t wait to show the world and everybody watching on NBC what I’m all about. March 7th can’t come soon enough. I’m ready to go! ”