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 Last update:  8/14/2012       Read more by Osman Rodriguez            &
   
Adrien Broner, Robert Guerrero Go To War on Twitter
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By Osman Rodriguez

Lightweight contender Adrien Broner (24-0, 20KOs) and WBC interim-welterweight champion Robert Guererro (30-1-1, 18KOs) went to war on Twitter. The two fighters, both promoted by Golden Boy Promotions, exchanged a series of wild tweets with neither boxer holding back. Broner claims Guerrero provoked the battle, but Guerrero claims Broner called him out in a recent interview.

Some of the items shot by Broner.

"You can't deny talent. Be real with yourself before your pride gets you f***ed up

"Just look at it like this, you beat Vincente [Escobedo] clearly but I STOPPED HIM."

Guerrero came back.

"I dropped him 3 times, you weighed in 3 pounds over [the] weight [limit]! You are a fighter, does 3lbs make a difference?"

Broner said:

"3lbs don't make a difference, that's why I'm willing to jump up 3 weight classes to kick your ass."

"Let's be real, you know I'm the man when I got 147lb guys trying to make a big fight with me cause they can't sell they self."

Then Guerrero Replied:

"I'm not trying to sell nothing! Didn't you call me, Marquez, and Pacman out? You called the big boys out, I'm not letting it happen!

"Jump up 2 weight classes & beat the #1 contender! You're a good lil fighter coming up, but you are a rookie!"

"Move up to 147 where I'm at now! The big boys and let's lock & load! You're 10 fights young & 5 titles away!"

Tags: Adrien Broner , Robert Guerrero



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comment by Daïa, on 08-17-2012
War on Twitter? :pat: Strange days...

comment by AssasinKing, on 08-17-2012
Guerrero owned him on that line saying hes 10 fights young and 5 titles away!!

comment by richardt, on 08-17-2012
[QUOTE=RossCA]he actually called out Mayweather! hahaha WTF is he thinking? He's nothing.[/QUOTE]I'm sure you would turn down millions to fight Mayweather if you were in Guerrero's position??? Like HELL you would.

comment by t2xspgs, on 08-15-2012
Just checked out another article, now the ****ing guy Guerrero is calling out Cotto. He's a disgrace and desperate for a payday instead of earning it. Come on man. There is a ton of ****ing people at 140 pounds. Beat some of them before you start calling out Money Mayweather and Cotto. Lol he's a...

comment by rogdogx, on 08-15-2012
This fight would be pretty competitive. A toss up fight at this point. Guerrero barely leapfrogged to 147 himself so he wouldn't have a size advantage. He has more experience but Broner has alot of boxing ability. This fight makes sense for both of them. Broner called Guerrero out he better have ...

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