2014 BOXING fight – Robert Guerrero vs Yoshihiro Kamegai – full fight Video

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Fight rated 3 stars by AllTheBestFights.comReview: 2014-06-21, good fight thanks to a great performance by both boxers: Robert Guerrero vs Yoshihiro Kamegai gets three stars. Robert Guerrero entered this fight with a pro boxing record of 31-2-1 (18 knockouts) but is not ranked as he hasn’t fought since May 4, 2013 when he was defeated by Floyd Mayweather Jr (=Mayweather vs Guerrero); ‘The Ghost’ Guerrero has won world titles in four different weight classes.
His opponent, Yoshihiro Kamegai, has a record of 24-1-1 (21 KOs=87%) and he entered as the No.46 welterweight in the world, he suffered his only defeat in 2013 when he faced the WBA world light-Ww champion Johan Perez; after that bout he has fought and won twice. Guerrero vs Kamegai is the main event of the evening. Watch the video and rate this fight!

 

 

Date: 2014-06-21

Where: StubHub Center, Carson, California, USA

Division: welterweight (147 lbs, 66.7 kg)

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Robert Guerrero def. Yoshihiro Kamegai (unanimous decision, 116-112, 117-111, 117-111)

 

Guerrero’s previous fight: Floyd Mayweather Jr vs Robert Guerrero

Guerrero’s next fight: Keith Thurman vs Robert Guerrero

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7 thoughts on “2014 BOXING fight – Robert Guerrero vs Yoshihiro Kamegai – full fight Video”

  1. This fight was allot closer than the scores.
    Guerrero fought the wrong fight from the opening bell. Only occasionally doing what he should be doing.

    Guerrero needs to leave his father and get a real trainer.
    He has the ability but it isn’t being utilized.

  2. i think this was more of a phone booth fight like Marciano use to have. Gatti/Ward was just no defense

  3. Good fight but you could kinda tell it was going the distance .Guerrero didn’t stay aggressive enough to keep Kamegi off of him ,I agree he needs a better trainer a father son team is not good for everyone a change will do him good maybe Garcia or Roach would be good ,Now about Gatti and Ward, thing that made there fights were the knockdowns you never knew when the fight could end so it made it a fun fight to watch ,and i also agree that the fight was much closer than the judges scored it ,overall good tough fight lots of ice will be needed for both camps :)

  4. Kamegai didn’t stand a chance against Guerrero which is why he was picked for the Ghost’s return. The only thing which made the fight more competitive was the Ghost’s busted eye. This is not to say the fight wasn’t an entertaining one. It sure was. But, I think Guerroro chose his opponent as well as the style in which he fought so that he could get the greatest reward (a victory and a fan-pleasing affair that keeps him relevant) with the least amount of risk involved.

    Oh, and I did think the score cards were pretty bang on.

  5. Guerrero, technically a better fighter than Kamegai, with no doubts deserves the win. However, in my opinion, he did the wrong fight from the second round until end of the fight given Kamegai the opportunity to knock him down, He should keep the proper distance when fighting with a strong puncher like the Japanese mainly because he is a left handed boxer and precise puncher. He was lucky that Kamegai did not catch him wit a goo punch but his left eye suffer a lot because his wrong approach.

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