Tonight, the flashy Adrien 'AB' Broner (32-2, 22 KO) faces Adrian Granados (18-4-2, 12 KO) in a bout that will be broadcast on Showtime and BoxNation.
2016 has been an admittedly forgettable year thus far within the fight community. From fans to promoters, every active participant seems to be licking their respective wounds well into the final quarter of the fiscal year.
Two weeks ago, after former four division world titlist Adrien Broner was released from a 30-day incarceration, the trash-talking fighter from Cincinnati stated to ESNews that he eventually wanted to land a match-up against future Hall of Famer Manny Pacquiao.
Last week, former four division titlist Adrien "The Problem" Broner was conditionally released from incarceration on a "contempt of court" charge, which put him in the stony lonesome for thirty consecutive days. Although the seemingly troubled prizefighter will return to court on September 21, Broner is looking to score another major fight, possibly in October.
While supporting his friend, Andre Ward, this past Saturday night in Oakland, California, former WBC Welterweight champion Andre Berto shared his thoughts with FightHype.com, concerning both Adrien Broner and Danny Garcia's decision to pass on respective opportunities to fight a future Hall of Famer and one of the sport's biggest stars, Manny Pacquiao.
With all of the rumors currently swirling around a potential Manny Pacquiao comeback, many fight fans are wondering whether or not a Pacman return to the ring will serve as a catalyst for a Money Mayweather comeback as well.
At the final press conference in support of this Saturday's, 140 pound unification bout between Terence Crawford and Viktor Postol, Hall of Fame trainer Freddie Roach took time out to speak with FightHubTV about Filipino fight legend Manny Pacquiao and his return to the ring slated for November 5.