Adrien Broner Destroys Jason Litzau in One Round

By Miguel Rivera and James Blears

Arena VFG, Jalisco, Mexico - Adrien Broner (21-0, 17KOs) blasted out Jason Litzau (28-3-1, 21KOs) in the first round of their contest to capture the vacant WBC USNBC super featherweight title. The pace started very slow in the first, but near the end Broner pinned Litzau against the ropes and let his hands fly. Litzau was stunned badly from a wicked right hand, his hands went down and Broner unloaded with a few more power shots to send Litzau crashing down to the mat and the referee jumped in to wave off the fight.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by speedgsx98 on 06-19-2011

So I watch a lot of boxing...that look on Litzau's face of "Duhhh" right before he got smacked with a couple more punches before the ref caught him falling to the canvas...just classic. I've seen Litzau fight before and lose…

Comment by newcastleking on 06-19-2011

put broner in with mikey garcia and expose em. or put em in with tarahumara in a rematch

Comment by kokingbill on 06-19-2011

Please god someone tell me litzau doesn't have another fight on HBO contracted... I don't care to ever see him again.. Whiny little *****.

Comment by blackops on 06-19-2011

This website posted pre-fight pics of Litzau. In those pics he appeared to have bulked up for the fight. A lot of good that did. He was destroyed in the first round. Once again another overhyped boxer was exposed. Pathetic…

Comment by IronDanHamza on 06-19-2011

Just watched the fight. Veryyyy impressive. I have been following Adrien Broner and when I first saw him I saw clear talent but also a real lack of experience. Did not expect a KO for Broner let alone a Round…

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