Former four division world champion Adrien Broner terrorized his Uber driver -- and now he's paying the price ... he's been BANNED from using the app ever again all because he's the passenger from hell, TMZ Sports has learned.
The boxing star captured his out-of-control ride on his own social media earlier this week -- trying to turn up from the backseat when Drake and Travis Scott's hit "Sicko Mode" started playing.
Broner leans over and unleashes a full-throated scream right in the driver's face -- before grabbing the volume knob and turning it to the max.
Then he started wildly dancing -- while the driver tried to focus on driving in the rain.
Finally, the driver has enough, slams on the brakes and pulls the car over -- demanding Broner and his crew get the hell out of the vehicle immediately.
A rep for Uber tells us ... company officials looked into the incident, and decided Broner's behavior was unacceptable and his access to the app has been revoked.
IN OTHER NEWS: Undefeated welterweight Brian Ceballo will be back in action on the biggest card of 2018 when he takes on David Thomas in a scheduled six-round bout at The T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
The bout will be part of the highly anticipated card that will be headlined by the Middleweight World Title rematch between Canelo Alvarez and Gannady Golovkin.
The Ceballo - Thomas bout is scheduled to be streamed live on Facebook.
The 24 year-old Ceballo of New York knows that this is a big opportunity when a lot of exposure to be showcased on this card.
"I'm very excited to be a part of a show of this this magnitude!," said Ceballo. "I admire both of these fighters, and it's a dream to be fighting on their undercard. I'm in the best shape of my life," and the people who will be there will get to see the future of the welterweight of division."
Ceballo's co-manager, Tim VanNewhouse has high aspirations for Ceballo, and is looking forward to his fighter's performance on the big stage.
"Brian's has had a great start to his professional career. Adding him to the biggest show of the year is proof to that. Most prospects don't get showcased on these platforms unless they are ready. I'm confident he's going to impress, and continue to move up in the ranks."