Broner: “God Sent Me A Message; The Problem Will Be Back”

Broner Promises to Return Amid Calls for his Retirement

Adrien Broner says he will do better and continue fighting
Adrien Broner will not retire following his loss to Blair Cobbs (Twitter @TheCosmeticLane, Nabeel Ahmad/Premier Boxing Champions)

Broner Announces he will not Retire Following Defeat to Cobbs

Four-division champion Adrien “The Problem” Broner (35-5-1, 24KO) is under heavy criticism within the boxing community. Fans and pundits are calling for him to hang up the gloves. However, Broner will not retire anytime soon.

On June 7, Broner made boxing news for not just losing to Blair “The Flair” Cobbs, but he lost his front teeth in the process. After a lengthy ten-round contest, the judges gave the fight to The Flair unanimously.

Broner was visibly upset while heading to the dressing room, claiming that Cobbs didn’t win the fight. Several fans inside the boxing community felt that he was being somewhat delusional. In addition, the call for his retirement has gotten even louder.


The Ohioan took to social media with claims to have received a message from a higher power and that fans will see him in the ring again.

“God sent me a message, and I see he isn’t done with me. I’ve been doing things the wrong way and tarnishing all the blessings and chances he has been giving me. I’ve made my mind up, and I’m taking full advantage of this opportunity he is giving me. Today, I see everything more clear and I have a better understanding with myself. “The Problem” will be back soon!!!!!!! #AboutBillions AB”

Here we go again with Broner promising to change and do better. This is the most consistent thing he has done in his entire career. Broner’s status as a top-tier attraction and elite fighter may have received the nail in the coffin with the loss to Cobbs.

The Problem has repeatedly delivered years of broken promises, but this time it seems fans have had enough.

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Garrisson Bland - Head of Public Relations/Senior Journalist. Garrisson is the Head of Public relations for as well as a senior writer. He is also the host of YouTube boxing show "Truth And Facts Sports Talk."