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Old 02-17-2013, 06:44 AM #1
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Default Why is Broner so unlikeable?

Because he was in there with a small, outgunned, domestic level fighter, and he still felt the need to showboat and belittle his opponent.

I'm all for ****iness and in ring attitude, but it doesn't work when it's used against sub-par opponents who he is superior to in every category.

I'd like Broner to try and drop his hands and act ****y against Matthyyse - he'd get his head taken off.

Broner has all the skills and charisma needed to be a great champion without the Mayweather-esque antics. From now on, he should only act ****y against legitimate threats, not guys who he is supposed to beat.
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