Live Boxing Tonight: Adrien Broner vs Hutchinson on FITE TV
Adrien Broner and Hutchinson are set to face off TONIGHT at 7 p.m. ET / 12 a.m. BST (Saturday in UK), with the main event ringwalks expected at around 11:00 p.m. ET / 4:00 a.m. BST (Saturday in UK), the fight will be aired on FITE TV in both the U.S and UK, and it will take place at the Casino Miami Jai Alai in Miami, Florida.
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.” And now, the day has come.
Broner’s ambitions are anything but modest, a trait he wears proudly. As he put it, “If anybody ever knew me, you know I never dreamed small. You know, I always dream big.” His grand dreams are buoyed by an unwavering faith in his capabilities, skills, and the powerful team he has around him, which includes the legendary Don King and his trusted coach, Kevin Cunningham. The result? In Broner’s words, “It’s honestly to be brutally honest… really unstoppable.”
When it comes to his fighting style, Broner isn’t one to focus solely on knockouts. Instead, he shared, “I just go in the fight knowing that I’m sharp… If the knockout presents itself, you know, I’m taking it.” It’s clear that this sport isn’t just about winning for Broner, but about mastering his art and showing up at his best, every time.
Don King, too, is full of admiration for Broner’s fighting spirit. A self-proclaimed “problem promoter,” King has never been one to shy away from challenges. Rather, he embraces them. “The bigger the problem, the bigger the event,” King expressed, a sentiment that encapsulates his approach to boxing, and life itself.
Broner, while focused on the present, does not ignore the future. Inspired by King’s vitality despite his age, Broner said, “Once I get that age, I want to know how I’m going to go, and I think I want to go just like him.” Broner takes to heart King’s famous saying: “age is just a number,” illustrating the timelessness of their spirits in the ring and beyond.
Currently, Broner has set his sights on his upcoming fight with Hutchinson on June 9th. His sole focus, as he puts it, is “handling my business.” He has been pushing himself hard in preparation, with the intent to “give the fans something they haven’t seen in a while from me.” His coach, Kevin Cunningham, corroborates this, noting that they’re driving hard in the last stretch of training to ensure Broner peaks at just the right time.
It’s about making a statement for Broner, not just winning a fight. His eyes gleam with pride when he talks about his contemporaries like Tank Davis who are making big waves in the sport, saying, “Of course, I called it. I said it wouldn’t go eight rounds and he went out there and he was sharp and he did what he had to do.”
Adrien Broner and Don King, two immense forces in the boxing world, stand shoulder to shoulder, ready to defy the odds. Their stories, laced with tenacity and fiery ambition, promise an unforgettable spectacle come June 9th. As Broner said, “We’re gonna put on a show.” And indeed, the world is waiting with bated breath for the curtains to rise.
ADRIEN BRONER VS. HUTCHINSON FIGHT CARD
Adrien Broner 147 vs. Bill Hutchinson 145.5
Ahmed Elbiali 173.8 vs. Rodolfo Gomez 174
Guillermo Rigondeaux 118.8 vs. Charlie Clemente 119.4
Neslan Machado 127.8 vs. Jonathan Smith 127
Antonio Williams 133.6 vs. Braulio Rodriguez 134.8
Adlay Rodriguez 146.2 vs. Raul Garcia Jr. 146.8
Antonio Perez 145.8 vs. Nigel Fennell 146.6
Dorian Bostic 133.2 vs. Joshua Clark 134
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