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 Last update:  1/2/2014       Read more by Edward Chaykovsky         
Broner Eyes 147 Title: I'll Return Like Nothing Happened!
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By Edward Chaykovsky

Former three division world champion Adrien Broner (27-1, 22KOs) has promised to reclaim the welterweight championship. Last month at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Broner suffered his first career loss, dropping a twelve round decision, and his WBA welterweight title, to Argentine puncher Marcos Maidana.

After the match, Broner was advised by several boxing notables to drop down a division to junior welterweight. He moved up from lightweight to welterweight last June and struggled to win a twelve round split decision over Paulie Malignaggi. Broner does not appear to have a backwards step in mind. He seems to be focused on claiming another title at welterweight.

"I have fun in whatever I do. Yeah I might have took my first L but watch how I come back fighting like nothing happened and make seven to eight figures. I love everybody that hates me and the ones who stayed down with me while they try to bring me down. I will be welterweight champ again," Broner wrote on the social networks.

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comment by SkillspayBills, on 01-03-2014
He should actually act like something happened, he should learn from his mistakes and come back a better fighter. No more rapping, FIGHT SMART.

If he want to prove himself I have the perfect guy to beat him again
comment by hitmanjosh, on 01-03-2014
Lanardo Tyner is the man I would love to see Broner come back to fight. He's small in size, you don't have to look for him and he has 8 losses to all top notch fighters or is this a reason to avoid him. In fact if he fight Tyner the way he did his last fight, it will destroy his career for sure.

comment by ironmt, on 01-03-2014
[QUOTE=jas]Broner beats maidana in rematch. Loses to porter.[/QUOTE] What would Broner do differently to allow him to beat Maidana In a rematch? The guy was thoroughly beat up the first time. I'm not arguing your opinion, just trying to understand what Broner could possibly do In the rematch, ...

comment by jas, on 01-03-2014
Broner beats maidana in rematch. Loses to porter.

comment by BaDaBiNgVIP, on 01-03-2014
[quote=rome-by-ko]come on fam,it's any rivalry there should be a level of excuse for how broner acted after that fight,it also turn loads of people against him,which was also stupid..[/quote] kudos to that. With all that **** talking before the fight then to hav...

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