““They say before you make something happen you have to see it yourself. I have been seeing it for a long time and I am living my dream.””
““It’s all about the Benjamins, I got a Pay Per View and I should be on Pay Per View.””
““Call me the ‘CAN-man’ ‘cause anybody can get some, Mexi-CANs, Afri-CANS, Ameri-CANs, even republi-CANS.””
Adrien Broner (born on Jul. 28, 1989 in Cincinnati, Ohio) is a professional boxer. He is recognized as a champion in four different weights, and has won the WBC lightweight, WBO super featherweight and WBA welterweight and super lightweight belts. At the age of 23, Adrien became a champion in three-divisions. He began boxing at the age of 6-years-old to avoid a life of crime on the streets. His fighting style has drawn comparisons to Floyd Mayweather Jr. because he’s a quick puncher who has mastered the move of the shoulder roll that makes Floyd so deadly. Adrien shares the same colorful life out of the ring as Floyd.
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Adrien is best known for being stripped of his WBA super lightweight title because he failed to make the weight at the weigh-in for his fight with Ashley Theophane on April 1, 2016.
Adrien had a warrant out for his arrest in 2016, before his fight with Ashley Theophane, for felony assault and aggravated robbery. West Chester Township man Christopher Carson claimed that Adrien pointed a gun at him after an argument over the boxer losing money in a bet. Adrien was said to have knocked Christopher out, as well as stealing $12,000 from the man.