Broner snagged a unanimous decision over Jovanie Santiago in his last outing in 2021, but went winless in three bouts before that. He first dropped a decision to Mikey Garcia, then he drew even with Jessie Vargas, and finally lost on the scorecards to a 2019 Manny Pacquiao. The polarizing Broner has stated that he has taken time away to focus more on his mental health, and you can’t help but respect that.
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They call him the problem fighter,” said King. “He is a problem for all the fighters he deals with. On June 9, The Problem will be facing Hutchinson, who hasn’t lost a fight in seven years. ‘Hutch’ says he is going to solve the problem on June 9, but The Problem will be throwing leather from all kinds of ways Hutchinson has never seen before. It’s going to be a great card top to bottom.
Broner is the more seasoned pro due to his 13-fight advantage and the fact that he made his debut 2 years and 10 months before Hutchinson. Hutchinson fought for the first time professionally in 2011. In 2011, Hutchinson fought for the first time. In his professional career, he has fought 247 rounds while Hutchinson has only fought 125.
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Now, the 33-year-old is looking to get back in the action and prove he’s still capable of capturing a world title. If he’s successful, it would be a fifth belt that would further cement his legacy.
Adrien Broner, once just a nine-year-old dreaming of joining the ranks of HBO’s boxing giants, now finds himself shoulder to shoulder with boxing impresario, Don King. As Broner so eloquently shared, his current reality is a childhood dream come true: “Ever since I was a kid, I had this dream. You know, when the fights came on HBO, all you’ve seen was a lot of colors and then you’d see Don in the ring. I knew one day we’d get to work.
When it comes to height, Hutchinson has Broner beat because he is taller by two inches. Regardless, he outreaches the other guy by a whole inch.
WBA NABA Light Heavyweight Champion Ahmed “The American Pharaoh” ElBiali (22-1, 18 KOs) was born in Cairo, Egypt and now resides in Miami, Florida. He won the title in his most recent bout, on June 11 at Casino Miami.
This is a great card from top to bottom, headlined by “The Problem” fighter Adrien Broner,” said King. “I am the promoter of the people, for the people and we are giving the people what they want, and that is great fights.
With a 71% knockout percentage compared to Hutchinson’s 45%, it’s clear that Broner is the more powerful fighter. Even at 33 years old, Adrien Broner is the younger of the two men involved.