Until he’s able to post a few big wins under his belt, Adrien Broner knows he will have to live with the endless comparisons to Floyd Mayweather, Jr.
Both fighters won their first belts at 130 before moving up in weight. Mayweather was far more accomplished at the weight, but avoided a disaster in barely getting past Jose Luis Castillo to win the lightweight crown in their first fight.
The parallels are further apparent in this weekend’s headliner in Atlantic City. Broner (24-0, 20KO) moves up in weight to challenge for Antonio DeMarco’s lightweight belt in what will serve as Broner’s sixth straight fight on cable giant HBO.
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