Keith ‘One Time’ Thurman went the distance in his last fight, a phrase not often said, but he has no plans on letting his March 7th fight against Robert Guerrero go to the judges.
“We respect Robert. Robert’s never been stopped, and when I hear that a fighter has never been stopped, then I hear that as a challenge,” said Thurman.
“The last fight, we got a knockdown, so I was able to satisfy the little bit of the puncher in me by producing a knockdown in the first round of the last fight,” said Keith. “I just wasn’t able to put the icing on the cake by cutting the bout short.”
Even with this prediction Thurman made it clear that he wasn’t overlooking Guerrero:
“I’m going to be training extremely hard for this fight, and we’re truly looking forward to the challenge that ‘The Ghost’ is going to bring, and we’re looking forward to having a fight that goes less than 12 rounds. But we will be prepared no matter what the outcome.”
Thurman has the opportunity to show the world his skills and the audience for the inaugural set PBC primetime fights is expected to be huge. ‘One Time’ can make a nice bit of money for himself with a dominant showing over ‘The Ghost.’