ROBERT "THE GHOST" GUERRERO TALKS ABOUT SIGNING WITH GOLDEN BOY PROMOTIONS AND THE POSSIBILITY OF FIGHTING MANNY PACQUIAO

05/01/2009

ROBERT "THE GHOST" GUERRERO TALKS ABOUT SIGNING WITH GOLDEN BOY PROMOTIONS AND THE POSSIBILITY OF FIGHTING MANNY PACQUIAO

Press Release: After signing a multi-year contract with Oscar De La Hoya's Golden Boy Promotions, Robert "The Ghost" Guerrero gets in depth about his future plans for 2009  and his dream match against pound for pound king, Manny Pacquiao.  Read all the exclusive interviews below. Photo by Daisy Rosas
 
Mexican fans look to Guerrero to take down the Pac! Download the audio podcast interview
 
By Brad Cooney: 8countnews.com
 Former 2 time IBF featherweight world champion, Robert "The Ghost" Guerrero sat down with 8CN and gave us an in depth exclusive interview. Guerrero recently signed a 5 year contract with Golden Boy Promotions. After a lengthy arbitration victory, Robert now moves forward with his new promoter (Golden Boy), and looks to advance his career. The Ghost makes it clear that he not only plans on fighting at 130lbs, but he plans on campaigning at 130lbs, 135lbs, and 140lbs. Guerrero informs 8CN that a fight with the pound for pound king Manny Pacquiao was mentioned during the negotiations with Golden Boy. Make no mistake about it, Guerrero wants Manny Pacquiao. He just may be what the doctor ordered for many of the Mexican fans around the world who have seen their fighters fall one by one by the hands of Pacquiao. Continue Reading..
 
 The Ghost Is Back! By Raymond Markarian

Robert "The Ghost" Guerrero, unfortunately lived up to his nickname in 2008. He forced out of the ring against his will. Now the newest member of the Golden Boy camp is ready to reclaim his dominance in the sport. If you have read any of the boxing news wires over the past week, you might have come across the sighting of a ghost. On January 24th, Robert "The Ghost" Guerrero, the two time featherweight champion, will finally return to the ring.
 In 2008, the 25 year old has unfortunately witnessed the negative aspect of boxing politics first hand. Since destroying Jason Litzau on February 27th, Robert Guerrero has lived up to his nickname. "The Ghost" was in an extensive contract dispute with his former promoter Goossen Tutor for ten months. Instead of building on the momentum of a knockout victory, Guerrero was restlessly sitting on the sidelines.   Continue Reading...
 
 
 
ROBERT GUERRERO SPEAKS ON GOLDEN SIGNING FUTURE PLANS AND MORE
 By Greg Leon BoxingTalk.com
GL:  We recently reported your signing with Golden Boy, and your win over Goosen in an arbitration held in California.  Tell us about all these goings on in the past weeks.

Robert Guerrero: A lot's been going on.  I got the ruling over Goosen and I signed with Golden Boy.  I'm excited to be signing with them, and they're excited to have me."

GL:  When can we expect to see you make your Golden Boy debut?
RG:  In January.  I'll January I'll be back in the ring.  There's talk about me being on the undercard of Margarito and Mosley.    GL:  Do you plan on campaigning at 130? RG: Yes, I'll be at 130?  Continue Reading...