Difference between revisions of "Robert Guerrero vs. Selcuk Aydin"

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*'''Ring Announcer:''' [[Jimmy Lennon Jr.]]
 
*'''Aired On:''' [[Showtime Championship Boxing]] (Main Event)
 
*'''Aired On:''' [[Showtime Championship Boxing]] (Main Event)
 
* (interim) [[World Boxing Council]] Welterweight Title
 
* (interim) [[World Boxing Council]] Welterweight Title
 
== Notes ==
 
== Notes ==
 
*Robert Guerrero 29-1-1 (18 KOs) vs. Selcuk Aydin 23-1 (17 KOs)
 
*Robert Guerrero 29-1-1 (18 KOs) vs. Selcuk Aydin 23-1 (17 KOs)
*Aydin entered as the # 10 welterweight contender according to [[The Ring Magazine]]. Guerrero, due to inactivity, was unranked by the same publication.  
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*Aydin, a 2.8 to 1 underdog, entered as the # 10 welterweight contender according to [[The Ring Magazine]]. Guerrero, due to inactivity, was unranked by the same publication.  
 
*For Guerrero, it was first bout since April of 2011, following surgery to repair a torn rotator cuff he suffered while training for a bout with [[Marcos Maidana]].
 
*For Guerrero, it was first bout since April of 2011, following surgery to repair a torn rotator cuff he suffered while training for a bout with [[Marcos Maidana]].
 
*It was the first fight for Guerrero at the 147-pound welterweight limit. Guerrero began his career at featherweight, but most recently had been fighting at lightweight. Aydin had been fighting at welterweight for five years.
 
*It was the first fight for Guerrero at the 147-pound welterweight limit. Guerrero began his career at featherweight, but most recently had been fighting at lightweight. Aydin had been fighting at welterweight for five years.
 
*It was the second fight for Aydin in the United States and his second appearance on [[Showtime]]. In his previous visit in 2009, he scored a split-decision win over Said Ouali (25-2).
 
*It was the second fight for Aydin in the United States and his second appearance on [[Showtime]]. In his previous visit in 2009, he scored a split-decision win over Said Ouali (25-2).
 
*Ticket prices ranged from $26 to $252.
 
*Ticket prices ranged from $26 to $252.

Revision as of 03:20, 29 July 2012

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2012-07-28 : Robert Guerrero 145¾ lbs beat Selcuk Aydin 146½ lbs by UD in round 12 of 12

Notes

  • Robert Guerrero 29-1-1 (18 KOs) vs. Selcuk Aydin 23-1 (17 KOs)
  • Aydin, a 2.8 to 1 underdog, entered as the # 10 welterweight contender according to The Ring Magazine. Guerrero, due to inactivity, was unranked by the same publication.
  • For Guerrero, it was first bout since April of 2011, following surgery to repair a torn rotator cuff he suffered while training for a bout with Marcos Maidana.
  • It was the first fight for Guerrero at the 147-pound welterweight limit. Guerrero began his career at featherweight, but most recently had been fighting at lightweight. Aydin had been fighting at welterweight for five years.
  • It was the second fight for Aydin in the United States and his second appearance on Showtime. In his previous visit in 2009, he scored a split-decision win over Said Ouali (25-2).
  • Ticket prices ranged from $26 to $252.