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Adrien Broner: Marquez, Juarez Mentioned For Next Bout

By Mike Coppinger

According to sources close to undefeated junior lightweight Adrien Broner (21-0, 17 KOs), two potential opponents being tossed around for his next bout are Rocky Juarez and former two division champion Rafael Marquez. Broner, managed by Al Haymon and promoted by Golden Boy, needed just one round to dispatch Jason Litzau in his last fight, the HBO co-feature to Saul Alvarez's stoppage win over Ryan Rhodes last month.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Khalid X on 07-17-2011

Anyways ....Broner is a$$. Marquez has better fights/paydays by taking the following fights: 1. Fernando Montiel (in Mexico) at 122 2. Jorge Arce (in Mexico) at 122 3. Vic Darchinyan at 122 (more than likely his next fight as shaw…

Comment by Khalid X on 07-17-2011

[QUOTE=isar;10848599]Rafael Marquez? maybe that is just to get press. He went down to 122 again. Rafael is fighting today and likely facing the WBC 122 Champ Toshiaki Nishioka in October.[/QUOTE] This right here ^^^^ Marquez went to 126 for paydays…

Comment by Roja's480 on 07-17-2011

rumor has it Gamboa punches are equivalent to Chuck Norris round house kicks :lol1:

Comment by Roja's480 on 07-17-2011

Rocky Juarez LMAO

Comment by badass316 on 07-17-2011

Its too bad Rios is moving to 140 soon. I would have loved to see him turn this POS loud mouth inside out.

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