Dulorme Has Adrien Broner Clash at The Top of His List

By Ryan Burton

Super lightweight contender Thomas Dulorme suffered his second career loss this past April when he was stopped by WBO super lightweight champion Terence Crawford in Texas. 

The Carolina, Puerto Rico based fighter is looking to return to the ring soon and said that former three division champion Adrien Broner is at the top of his list. Broner last fought in June when he lost an unanimous decision to Shawn Porter.
"Broner is definitely someone who is on my list that I would like to fight. I would like to fight him at 147. Broner is an attraction and I think it would be an exciting fight for the public as well," Dulorme stated.

Dulorme is willing to face any or the top names between 140-147.

He doesn't have a a return date locked in yet but said that he would like to return this fall and and said that he wants to come back straight to a big fight. 

"I want the fans to know I will be back and hopefully against Broner. We want the big names like Broner, Porter, Benavides, Herrera, Provodnikov. Any of those guys. We already fought Herrera's brother so why not make it a family affair?" Dulorme told 

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by cruz1383 on 08-08-2015

[QUOTE=Clegg;15950706]Yeah he has some skills but against anyone with power who can land with any consistency it doesn't look good. He should move to 147, call out Floyd 20x per day while only being willing to fight guys like Algieri…

Comment by SeekDaGreat on 08-08-2015

Broner is ripe for the picking, everyone wants a crack at him right now.

Comment by Clegg on 08-08-2015

[QUOTE=cruz1383;15950412]lol delorme wants big fights but cant handle the big punches... on the real this guy has a good amount of talent but lacks the mind and chin. such a horrable situation for him.[/QUOTE] Yeah he has some skills but…

Comment by PRBOXINGCOTTO on 08-08-2015

Durlome broner is a decent scrap

Comment by fredhopple on 08-08-2015

Dulorme is very weak in the jaw and isn't that good. Broner would KO the weak Dulorme withing 5 rounds. and Broner isn't that good. Litzua would beat Dulorme.

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