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Round by Round Coverage: Guerrero UD12 Aydin

By Jason Aniel
PhilBoxing.com
29 Jul 2012



Robert Guerrero vs. Selcuk Aydin (WBC Interim Welterweight Championship)
San Jose, California

Round One: Big Fight crowd tonight. Of course, this is Guerrero country but there are about seven Turkish Flags inside the HP Pavilion in San Jose. Aydin comes in undefeated tonight. Guerrero tries to time his left hand but Aydin sneaks in a right for the first sold connect of the round. USA chants now by the crowd. Feeling out round by both neither landed much. Tempers flare a bit after the bell rings. Aydin 10-9.

Round Two: Guerrero’s best shots so far have been to the body. Guerrero lands a short but sharp uppercut. He’s been throwing several uppercuts so far. Referee allows some infighting and Aydin sneaks in another right hand inside. Guerrero controlled the pace of the round and was the effective aggressor. Guerrero 10-9.

Round Three: Guerrero landed three consecutive lefts but didn’t hurt Aydin. When the two are inside, Aydin lands hard shots to the top of the head. Close round. Guerrero was in control from the distance with his quick straight punches, but Aydin on the inside is able to land his strong punches. Guerrero 10-9.

Round Four: Aydin is starting get on the inside a lot easier in this round. Guerrero caught Aydin coming in with a big left hand. Biggest punch of the night so far. Guerrero wins that round by outworking Aydin. Compelling fight so far with the clash of styles. Guerrero 10-9.

Round Five: Aydin catches Guerrero with a clean right hand. Guerrero doing well on the outside but his punches lack any sting but are landing cleanly. Aydin’s harder punches were enough to win this close round. Aydin 10-9.

Round Six: Guerrero for the first time is starting to frustrate Aydin a bit in the opening minutes. Aydin comes back strong with heavy right hands. The story of the fight so far is Guerrero’s quality of punches vs. Aydin’s quality of punches. Another close round. Guerrero 10-9.

Round Seven: Aydin is controlling the action in the round so far. Aydin lands two short uppercuts that snapped Guerrero’s head back. His best punches so far. Guerrero staying inside now and holding on. Aydin’s best round of the fight. Aydin 10-9.

Round Eight: Fans try to encourage Guerrero, and he lands two 3-punch combinations. But Aydin keeps coming forward. Aydin lands two uppercuts and Guerrero responds with a two-punch combination. Good action in a hotly contested fight so far. Guerrero seemed to outwork Aydin in that round. Guerrero 10-9.

Round Nine: Guerrero complains about rabbit punches. Guerrero landed one big straight left and continues to outland Aydin. But the heavier punches are still coming from Aydin. Guerrero complains some more about the rabbit punches to the back of the head but the referee doesn’t warn Aydin till after the bell sounds. Another close round similar to the previous rounds. Guerrero 10-9.

Round Ten: Aydin’s power punching is controlling the action so far. Aydin landing many right hands at this point. Aydin wins the rounds where he is more aggressive and closes the gap more. Huge round for Aydin there. The fight gets even closer. Aydin 10-9.

Round Eleven: Aydin is picking up the pace to start the round. Guerrero catches him with a left while Aydin backs up. Sharp two punch combination for Guerrero. Action picks up from both fighters. Crowd chants “Robert”. Aydin lands a big right and Guerrero staggers back but comes back with a flurry of his own. Aydin’s big right hand won him that round. Aydin 10-9.

Round Twelve: Fans on their feet to start the last round. Both land two big straight shots to open the round. Guerrero seems to be the one pressing the action more. Great last minute of the round and the fans are on their feet. Round played out like most rounds. Guerrero outworked Aydin in another close round. Guerrero 10-9.

Judges score it 117-111, 116-112, 116-112 for the winner and now the WBC Interim Welterweight champion, Robert Guerrero.

Close fight in my eyes. I think the judges preferred Guerrero’s work rate over Aydin’s power punches. Given the fact that it was Guerrero’s first fight at 147lbs against a strong and legitimate welterweight, it was an impressive victory. More importantly, the fight was exciting and the fans gave both fighters a standing ovation after the end of the fight.


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