"The Ghost" is coming out of retirement to fight again.
Robert Guerrero, known for his hard-hitting and entertaining fights, announced on Twitter that he will return to the ring after leaving the sport more than a year ago. Guerrero also announced that he will fight on the undercard of Deontay Wilder's WBC heavyweight title defense against Tyson Fury on December 1. The announcement can be seen below.
Guerrero made his pro debut in 2001 and has since then won a number of world titles. Guerrero previously held the IBF world titles as a featherweight and super featherweight in the early 2000s. He then would move up in weight to win the interim WBA and WBO lightweight titles in 2011, followed by an interim WBC welterweight title win in 2012. Guerrero would go on to fight Floyd Mayweather Jr. on pay-per-view in 2013.
Since losing a unanimous decision to Mayweather, Guerrero has not found much in-ring success, sporting a 2-3 record since that loss. Guerrero has also lost his last three fights with the most recent one being a stoppage loss to Omar Figueroa Jr. in the summer of 2017.
Guerrero joins a card that not only will feature Wilder vs. Fury, but also Jarrett Hurd vs. Jason Welborn for the unified WBA and IBF junior middleweight world titles.