Adrien Broner feels like he can still be the face of boxing
Updated: Jul 27, 2021
New York- Adrien Broner is very optimistic that he can still fight at a championship level.
This Saturday, Broner will return to the ring and fight undefeated fighter Jovanie Santiago, who has a record of 14-0. Broner is very poise and optimistic that he can win the fight.
“He’s a hell of a fighter. He’s got great skills but I just think I’m on a different level, said Broner. February 20 people are going to see that I’m still the Adrien Broner who can take over the sport. In boxing I’ve learned that it only takes one performance to bring everybody back. All I have to do is go out there and perform and everybody will be back on the bandwagon.
Broner has not won a fight since 2017 and has not been in the ring since losing to Manny Pacquiao in 2019. He has had legal issues that he is dealing with, but he feels very confident that he is focus and will stay out of trouble.
“I just need to go back to the gym after the fight. I’m trying to stay out of as much trouble as possible, stay out of jail and just work my ass off. I’m going to dedicate these last three to five years to straight boxing. I’m going to get as much as I can out of boxing and then retire and watch my kids grow up. I’ve matured a lot. I’ve been through a lot. It’s just time to get to business, make my money, and do what I do best, and that’s box.