2015 BOXING fight – Robert Guerrero vs Aaron Martinez – full fight Video

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3 Star RatingReview by AllTheBestFights.com: 2015-06-06, good first part of the fight with some nice toe-to-toe exchanges: Robert Guerrero vs Aaron Martinez gets three stars.

The former world champion in four different weight classes Robert Guerrero entered this fight with a boxing record of 32-3-1 (18 knockouts) and he is ranked as the No.12 welterweight in the world while his opponent, Aaron Martinez, has an official record of 19-3-1 (4 knockouts). Both boxers have lost two out of their last three bouts: Guerrero was defeated by Floyd Mayweather Jr (=Mayweather vs Guerrero) and Keith Thurman (=Thurman vs Guerrero), while Martinez lost to Jessie Vargas and Josesito Lopez (=Lopez vs Martinez). Between the two losses Guerrero won over Yoshihiro Kamegai (=Guerrero vs Kamegai) while Martinez beat Alberto Herrera. ‘The Ghost’ Guerrero vs Martinez is the main event of the evening. Watch the video and rate this fight!

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Date: 2015-06-06

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. Aaron Martinez (split decision, 97-92, 94-95, 95-94)

 

Guerrero’s previous fight: Keith Thurman vs Robert Guerrero

Martinez’s previous fight: Josesito Lopez vs Aaron Martinez

Martinez’s next fight: Devon Alexander vs Aaron Martinez

Guerrero’s next fight: Danny Garcia vs Robert Guerrero

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9 thoughts on “2015 BOXING fight – Robert Guerrero vs Aaron Martinez – full fight Video”

  1. Nice grueling battle of attrition. If Martinez hit any harder, Guerrero would be in the hospital right now. The 97-92 score was a disgrace in a fight I gave to the Ghost by one point for a long, hard comeback. His days are numbered.

  2. Good Fight. Had Guerrero by 1 round. Think he would have won comfortably in a 12 round bout as he changed his strategy.

  3. I had it a draw… But a draw in these circumstances is like a lost for Guerrero. Really disappointing performance. Barely a top10er.

  4. 10th won it for me to.
    Agree Arjay – wtf was that one judge watching?

    And he should retire NOW, not later.
    He has to have made money more than once now. Live.

    1. Eight months later, your point is truer than ever. Being knocked around by Danny Garcia last week only underscores why the Ghost needs to retire.

      Incidentally I was checking out this old fight again to see if it is the same Martinez who’s just gone up against Sammy Vasquez on the Garcia-Guerrero undercard. Yes indeed.

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