Mayweather vs. Guerrero Weigh-Ins
LAS VEGAS, NV (The Spread) – Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Robert Guerrero hit the scales on Friday to make their Saturday bout official. Here is a look at the results of their weigh in.
This boxing match is for the WBC Welterweight Title and The Ring Welterweight Championship and will take place from the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada with the main card bouts airing live on Showtime PPV at 9PM ET on Saturday.
According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Mayweather Jr. is the heavy favorite to win this bout, as he has been give odds of -750 to win, while Guerrero has been given a money line of +475. The over/under for rounds in the fight has been set at 11.5.
Guerrero hit the scales first on Friday and weighed in at 147 pounds, which is the weight limit for this bout. The champion, Mayweather Jr., then hit the scales and came in at 146 pounds, one pound shy of the limit. The two had a long stare down with each other, but there was no real physical altercation or trash talk as the two will settle their differences on Saturday.
Both men didn’t look drawn and should be in good shape for this fight. It is a weight class that both men have fought at many times and should be physically prepared for. Mayweather still comes in with the experience, but Guerrero will always have the puncher’s chance to win. As Mayweather gets older, he probably gets a hair slower, which could impact his elusiveness.
WBC & The Ring Welterweight Championship Odds – Saturday, May 4
Floyd Mayweather Jr. (146 pounds) -750
Robert Guerrero (147 pounds) +475
Over/Under Rounds: 11.5