A bit belated but I've only recently watched the undercard fight from Toney/Peter- Aiken and Guerrerro (did I spell that correctly?). I have a few thoughts on what I saw in that fight...Willie Pep may be 75 and suffering from Alzheimer's but he should make a comeback, and if Sandy Saddler is still alive seeing that "fight" for a world title probably killed him. Suffice it to say I wasn't impressed and here is why.
Both of them were nothing but arm punchers- G's low blows being the exception- and neither of them made a deliberate attempt to avoid a punch in the entire fight. There are two factors that contributed to both of these shortcomings:
1) The fight was mostly up close, yet they both had their feet miles apart. Look, to hit hard you MUST transfer your body weight from one foot to the other, and that must be done ahead of your fist coming through. If the person your are punching is 12" away and your feet are 36" apart, there is no possible way that you are hitting him forcefully, with snap and concussive force on your blow. At best you are pushing him pretty hard and the only way to hurt somebody with a push is if he falls down and lands on something sharp and/or pointy. Keep your feet under your shoulders and you'll be much better off.
2) Don't square up, especially up close. That makes you a target, especially for uppercuts. Turn that left shoulder inside and it will, in essence, take his right hand out of the equation. Also you'll punch better. That "square up to hit harder with either hand" is a myth invented by D'Amato to cover the fact that he, at the base of it, knew little about boxing as a science. By turning the left shoulder in you give yourself a full body twist on the right and, as a result, a full body turn back with the left hook. Squaring up offers, at best, a half turn from either side.
Those are my theories.