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Robert Guerrero Elevating To Make History

Gilroy boxer Robert Guerrero works the speed bag during his training camp this week in Lake Tahoe. Guerrero is set to fight Selcuk Aydin for the interim WBC welterweight title on July 28 in San Jose. / Photo Courtesy of Stephanie Trapp

In preparation for his biggest career jump, it made sense for Gilroy boxer Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero to take his training camp to a new height.

The 29-year-old held his first training camp at Lake Tahoe, an elevation of more than 6,200 feet, where he secluded himself in the alpine air and put all of his energy into getting ready for his July 28 bout with No. 1 rated WBC welterweight contender Selcuk Aydin.

The fight, which will air on Showtime, takes place at the HP Pavilion in San Jose and will be for the interim WBC welterweight title.

For Guerrero (29-1-1, 18 knockouts), it’s his first fight since April 2011, and his return has him moving up two weight classes with no tune up – a very rare endeavor in boxing. A win over the Turkish fighter, who sports a 23-0 record with 17 KOs, would give Guerrero his sixth world title in four weight classes. Continue Reading…

8CN caught up with the 5 time world champion Robert “Ghost” Guerrero (29-1-18KO-1D) and got his thoughts on his big welterweight title fight Vs. Selcuk Aydin. This fight will be for the interim WBC welterweight world title. Aydin (23-0-17KO) a natural welterweight is no joke, and Guerrero knows it.  Continue Reading…



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