What a letdown. I called out Guerrero as being one of the few people today who could Mayweather some trouble (Trout and [Sergio] Martinez being the other two). Mayweather had a slow start (I guess he usually does) and I was actually surprised at how Guerrero was almost bullying him around for two rounds. But Floyd died and re-awoke as Neo in between the 2nd and 3rd round and figured Guerrero out, top to bottom, inside and out. You could easily see the frustration on his face and his corner didn't really do a damn thing to help him. Floyd was just too fast, too precise, too quick on his feet. I usually don't compliment Floyd other than pointing out his obvious technical superiority skills, but wow, I think I may almost be a fan. His character appears to have improved a lot. Being behind bars really changes you. The most I was away for was a week and it was hell. If I didn't have a TV in my cell, I'd probably have started talking to myself (felt like solitary confinement since I only had others in my cell for the first 2 1/2 days). Being gone for 2 months, especially after being so used to all his luxuries, must've taught him to not take freedom for granted. I'm glad he grew up. I've secretly always wanted to like Floyd and I think I just might. Props to him. I don't think there's anyone today that can take him (even being a former, huge Pacquiao fan), not Broner, Bradley, Martinez or Trout.