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Boxing: Guerrero firearm possession charge dropped

Boxer Robert Guerrero, coming off a loss 10 days ago to unbeaten Floyd Mayweather, had all firearm possession charges against him dropped on Tuesday in a New York State Supreme Court hearing. Guerrero was arrested March 28 for allegedly trying to take a handgun on a plane to Las Vegas at John F. Kennedy Airport. At the hearing, Guerrero pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and was fined $250 as well as ordered to perform 50 hours of community service, which he will be allowed to do in his home state of California.

Boxing: Mayweather, Guerrero make weight for title clash

Unbeaten Floyd Mayweather and Robert Guerrero made weight Friday for their Saturday showdown for Mayweather's World Boxing Council welterweight world title. Mayweather, returning to the ring after a year's absence that included two months in jail, weighed in at 146 pounds while Guerrero weighed in on the limit of 147. "I'm here to do what I do best," said Mayweather, who brings a record of 43-0 with 26 knockouts to the bout. "I always control the tempo and I'll execute my game plan."

Mayweather foe Guerrero held for allegedly trying to bring gun into plane

Robert Guerrero, set to fight Floyd Mayweather in five weeks, was arrested on Thursday for allegedly trying to take a handgun onto an airplane, prosecutors in New York said.The 30-year-old Guerrero was arrested at John F. Kennedy Airport on gun possession charges while trying to catch a flight to Las Vegas.“I hope Mr Guerrero fights better than he thinks,” said Queens District Attorney Richard Brown.“You cannot bring an unlicensed weapon - loaded or unloaded - into this country or this city.

Boxing: Mayweather foe Guerrero on gun arrest

Robert Guerrero, set to fight Floyd Mayweather in five weeks, was arrested on Thursday for allegedly trying to take a handgun onto an airplane, prosecutors in New York said. The 30-year-old Guerrero was arrested at John F. Kennedy Airport on gun possession charges while trying to catch a flight to Las Vegas. "I hope Mr Guerrero fights better than he thinks," said Queens District Attorney Richard Brown. "You cannot bring an unlicensed weapon - loaded or unloaded - into this country or this city. And if you do you will be arrested and face felony charges."
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