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Adrien Broner Continues To Be a Ratings Hit on HBO

23-year-old lightweight world title-holder Adrien Broner was dazzling Saturday night in Atlantic City.

HBO Boxing delivered 1.4 million viewers for the live first-airing of Broner vs. Rees on HBO World Championship Boxing.  Viewership peaked at 1.551 million viewers during Broner’s 5th Round TKO win over Gavin Rees.

In his seventh HBO appearance, this audience number is the highest ever for Broner.  Viewership for Broner vs. Rees outperformed the audience for Broner’s last fight (11/17/12 vs. Antonio DeMarco) by 32%.

Broner vs. Rees is available on the HBO ON DEMAND® and HBO GO® platforms.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Ringlife on 02-21-2013

A lot of people like watching him fight nothing wrong with that. Just give the guy his props.

Comment by ShoulderRoll on 02-21-2013

[QUOTE=Fighting_Pride;13062756]now this is what i call hype, the dude can barely make decent revenue but HBO already putting broner on a pedestal, funny sh[B]i[/B]t[/QUOTE] Hype? So are you saying that these ratings numbers are not real?

Comment by Fighting_Pride on 02-20-2013

now this is what i call hype, the dude can barely make decent revenue but HBO already putting broner on a pedestal, funny sh[B]i[/B]t

Comment by Redd Foxx on 02-20-2013

If he can just quadruple those ratings he'll be up there with Kimbo Slice.

Comment by RSBonos on 02-20-2013

What's amazing is that all those people didn't tune out during the Bika fight.

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