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* [[Malcolm Klassen]] 24-4-2 (15 KOs) vs. [[Robert Guerrero]] 24-1-1 (17 KOs)
 
* [[Malcolm Klassen]] 24-4-2 (15 KOs) vs. [[Robert Guerrero]] 24-1-1 (17 KOs)
 
* Fight was on the undercard of [[Juan Diaz vs. Paul Malignaggi]].
 
* Fight was on the undercard of [[Juan Diaz vs. Paul Malignaggi]].
* Klassen entered as the # 2 junior lightweight in the world according to [[The Ring Magazine]]. Guerrero was ranked # 8 by the same publication.
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* Klassen, a 1.55-1 underdog, entered as the # 2 junior lightweight in the world according to [[The Ring Magazine]]. Guerrero was ranked # 8 by the same publication.
 
* The broadcast included a seven-minute tribute to late world champions [[Alexis Arguello]], [[Arturo Gatti]] and [[Vernon Forrest]]. All three died tragically in July.
 
* The broadcast included a seven-minute tribute to late world champions [[Alexis Arguello]], [[Arturo Gatti]] and [[Vernon Forrest]]. All three died tragically in July.
 
* Klassen, who was making his US debut, came in having won his five previous bouts all by knockout. Guerrero, apart from two no-contests, had won eight consecutive bouts; each by knockout.
 
* Klassen, who was making his US debut, came in having won his five previous bouts all by knockout. Guerrero, apart from two no-contests, had won eight consecutive bouts; each by knockout.

Revision as of 12:28, 22 August 2009

2009-08-22 : Robert Guerrero 130 lbs beat Malcolm Klassen 129¼ lbs by UD in round 12 of 12

Aired On: HBO Boxing After Dark

Notes

  • Malcolm Klassen 24-4-2 (15 KOs) vs. Robert Guerrero 24-1-1 (17 KOs)
  • Fight was on the undercard of Juan Diaz vs. Paul Malignaggi.
  • Klassen, a 1.55-1 underdog, entered as the # 2 junior lightweight in the world according to The Ring Magazine. Guerrero was ranked # 8 by the same publication.
  • The broadcast included a seven-minute tribute to late world champions Alexis Arguello, Arturo Gatti and Vernon Forrest. All three died tragically in July.
  • Klassen, who was making his US debut, came in having won his five previous bouts all by knockout. Guerrero, apart from two no-contests, had won eight consecutive bouts; each by knockout.