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Adrien Broner: “I’m One of the Greatest People of All Time”


Via Allan Fox: Adrien ‘The Problem’ Broner says he’s one of the sport’s all-time greats” because of the accomplishments he’s achieved during his 14-year professional career.

The 33-year-old Broner (34-4-1, 24 KOs) believes he will go down in the history books “forever” for having won titles in four weight classes during the peak of his career.

Some would argue that Broner is an example of a boxer held in high esteem by his promoters earlier in his career, who guided him to four belt fights against weak fighters to win. four paper belts.

“When he won those four titles between 2011 and 2015, Broner defeated the following fighters:

  • Vicente Martin Rodríguez – WBO 130
  • Antonio DeMarco – WBC 135
  • Paulie Malignaggi – WBA 147
  • Khabib Allakhverdiev – WBA 140

Those were NOT the best fighters in the four weight classes that Broner beat to become the four weight world champion. Furthermore, you could argue that many different fighters could have achieved what Adrien did by becoming a 4-division champion if he fought the same guys.

“I am not just one of the elite; I am one of the greatest of all time. When I’m done, I’ll be in those books forever,” said Adrien Broner Last standing podcast.

Broner sounds delusional because he won’t be remembered by future generations of fans as one of the “greats” because he hasn’t had a high-profile winning streak in his career.

AB’s career window was a small window in which he won the majority of his world titles. From 2011 to 2013, Broner won an incredible three-division world title defeating Vincente Martin Rodriguez, Antonio DeMarco and Paulie Malignaggi.

In 2013, Broner’s success ended with a defeat to Marcos Maidana. After that defeat, Broner won only one world title, a match against Khabib Allakhverdiev in 2015 for the 140 lb WBA belt.

“I will be the champion again because I know what will happen. I know how to go that extra step. I know how to fasten my seat belt, focus and buckle up. I didn’t just do it once. I did that four times. As I said before, stay tuned, and next year is going to be a big year.

“Of course, I will. If Nate Diaz doesn’t want to do it, I’ll do it. It will be huge. We can have a little fun,” Broner said when asked if he’d be interested in fighting former UFC fighter Nate Diaz in a boxing match.

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