‘I’ll be back in the ring NOW’ Boxing News 24

Via Jim Calfa: Adrien ‘The Problem’ Broner announced on Wednesday that he will be making his ring back “soon”. The 32-year-old Broner did not say who he will fight, but it is likely another adjustment for the Cincinnati, Ohio native.

British welder weight Conor Benn and his promoter Eddie Hearn have shown an interest in fighting Broner. It will be a fight in which Broner will play a test horse to make Benn look better than him.

Broner will have to take another long break when he returns to action. Before AB’s last game, he had been out of the ring for two years, and he will now take a year off from inactivity if he sees action in the first quarter of 2022.

Former four-category world champion Broner (34-4-1, 24 KOs) last fights Feb. 20, plunges into lackluster 12th round, unanimous Jovanie Santiago on Showtime. The win was controversial, unfortunately, as many boxing fans felt that Santiago deserved the win.

It’s not clear why Broner resurfaced after another long layoff to continue his career. Does he need money??

Boxing fans will be delighted if Broner suddenly sees the light of day and finally decides to get serious about his career and try to rebuild himself at 130 or 135. However, it seems likely. not likely to happen.

Adrien Broner

Does Broner have anything left?

It will be interesting to see if SHOWTIME gives Broner a main spot in the event or leaves him in a state of underdog. With Adrien inactive and failing to get a win against quality opponents, it’s hard to see him as worthy of the lead.

Broner’s inactivity and lack of success took a toll on his popularity, as he didn’t fight often enough to be noticed by the public.

Furthermore, Broner’s failure to win against significant opponents has diminished his popularity as he is no longer beating world champions and winning titles like he had before. that in his career.

Broner hasn’t held a world title since 2016, and his lackluster win over a notable opponent was way back in June 2013 when he beat the welterweight champion. middle WBA Paulie Malignaggi by a controversial 12-round decision

Broner needs to lose weight

Still young at 32, Broner needs to drop to 135 to compete in lightweight because he’s too small, weak, slow, and flat-footed to compete with 140- and 147-pound heavyweights.

We’ve seen Broner consistently fail in the light and welterweight divisions over the past eight years with losses to these fighters:

  • Marcos Maidana
  • Manny Pacquiao
  • Shawn Porter
  • Mikey Garcia

You could argue Broner should have two more losses on his record from his controversial 10th split win Adrian Granados in February 2017 in his hometown of Cincinnati and his 12th round draw first Jessie Vargas in April 2018.

After turning pro in 2008, Broner quickly became a star, winning world titles at ranks 130, 135, 140 and 147.

The way Broner was able to move between divisions and keep finding success is nothing short of remarkable.

However, his success came to an end when Broner moved up to 147th, where he looked sluggish and underpowered in matches against Maidana, Porter, Vargas, Pacquiao and Granados.

https://www.boxingnews24.com/2021/12/adrien-broner-i-will-be-back-in-the-ring-soon/ ‘I’ll be back in the ring NOW’ Boxing News 24

Charles Jones

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