Monday, November 11, 2013

Guerrero Wins Tough Contest in Texas!

Salisbury, MD middleweight Fernando Guerrero survives a first-round knockdown to win a 10-round unanimous decision over a very tough Raymond Gatica of Austin, TX tonight at Cowboys Dance Hall in San Antonio, TX.

Guerrero got off to a rocky start in the contest as he was dropped by a huge left hand by Gautica with about two minutes gone in the first round.  Guerrero managed to survive the round. 

Guerrero seemed to take control of the contest through the middle rounds but in round eight, Gautica rocked Guerrero with some hard shots.  The two battled furiously until the final bell.

All three judges scored the bout 96-93 for Guerrero who bounces back from his unsuccessful title bid against Peter Quillin and raises his record to 26-2, 19 KO's.  Gatica is now 13-2, eight KO's.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Fernando look like shit. He fault a bum. If I was a southpaw fighter I would be gunning for him. Guys that are coming up are going to look at him as a stepping stone now.

Anonymous said...

It's spelled "fought" you punch drunk banana eater.

Anonymous said...

Since when did English teachers start reading boxing blogs. There isn't anyone who cares if anything on here is misspelled. We only care about the "fight" results and future "fights". Gary thank you for continuing to bring us this info.

Anonymous said...

This guy above me sounds like a real pole smoker. Love and peace bro! Suck it positive guy.

Anonymous said...

Who says "pole smoker" anymore? It's probably that broke ass English teacher again.

Anonymous said...

I'm a trash man dick head and my spelling and grammar are both immaculate. Face. Suck it.

Anonymous said...

......You're wife is a trash man.