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Adrian Broner Thinks He Could Have Defeated Prime Mayweather

Floyd Mayweather's undefeated legacy is a testament to his dominance in the boxing ring. Throughout his career, he faced formidable opponents like Miguel Cotto, Ricky Hatton, and Oscar De La Hoya, emerging victorious against each one. However, according to Adrien Broner, there's one name missing from Mayweather's list of challengers that could have changed the narrative—his own.

In a recent interview on The Art Of Dialogue, Broner expressed confidence in his ability to defeat Mayweather if they had ever faced off in the ring. Despite Mayweather's retirement from professional boxing, he has continued to participate in lucrative exhibition matches, showcasing his skills and earning substantial paydays.

Meanwhile, Broner, a 34-year-old native of Cincinnati, Ohio, has had his ups and downs in the sport. Although currently on a two-fight win streak, he endured a three-year period without a victory. Despite his setbacks, Broner remains focused on regaining a world championship title.

Reflecting on a potential matchup with Mayweather, Broner maintains that he would have held the upper hand, despite Mayweather's status as an all-time great and one of his childhood idols. Broner acknowledges the possibility of learning from a defeat but is unwavering in his belief in his own abilities.

Broner was slated to return to the ring on December 2, but a training camp injury forced a postponement of his next fight to late February. Despite the delay, Broner remains determined to continue his pursuit of boxing success.


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