I’m ready to let my hands go

By Daily Sports on July 25, 2017

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Boxing fans may be in for a thrill this Saturday night when Adrien “The Problem” Broner fights Mikey Garcia at 140 pounds on Showtime at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. This is a fight that Broner says he’s going to let his hands go and show the world see what a good fighter he is.

Broner (33-2, 24 KOs) has had no problems letting his hands go during his recent fights. That’s not been the problem. Broner’s problem is he’s getting hit too much, and he’s not shown the hand speed and power needed to dispatch his opposition at 147.

The 5’6” Broner will likely have the weight advantage over Garcia in this fight, but both fighters are the same height. Broner isn’t taller than Garcia and the reach is almost the same as well. Broner will have a one inch reach advantage over Garcia. If Broner is going to win the fight, he’s going to need to do it by throwing a lot of punches, fighting smart, and try to block the incoming shots.

”I’m just ready to let the world see me,” said Broner. ”It’s not an issue whether I do it on 140 pounds now. I’m in top shape and I hope he’d be into top shape. But I’m ready to let my hands go at that time on July 29th.”

•Photo shows Adrien Broner.

Source Daily Sports

Posted July 25, 2017

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