Sullivan Barrera Calls Out Marcus Browne Then Gets Blocked!

Sullivan Barrera calls out Marcus Browne

Sullivan Barrera Blocked By Marcus Browne
Sullivan Barrera gets blocked by Marcus Browne on social media.

Marcus Browne blocks Sullivan Barrera for social media callout!

Social media has become the hotbed for fighters to vent out their frustration or to pick fights. The latter is exactly what former light heavyweight contender Sullivan “Scully” Barrera (22-3, 14KO) was trying to do in response to former interim WBA and WBC silver titlist “Sir” Marcus Browne (23-1, 16KO).

Browne took to social media claiming that fighters are scared to fight him. Furthermore, that statement sparked a public back and forth with Team Pascal. This prompted the 37-year-old Cuban fighter to call the young man from Staten Island’s bluff.

Sullivan Barrera Calls Out Marcus Browne
Sullivan Barrera calls out Marcus Browne.

Normally this where things heat up. However, not only did things get strange, but the response can be considered a code violation.

Sullivan Barrera on Marcus Browne's Response to the Callout
Sullivan Barrera on Marcus Browne’s response to the callout.

Talking about a fighter’s family goes beyond boxing. There isn’t a person alive that doesn’t know talking about “mama” is an indication you want to take it to the streets.

Besides, fighters have repeatedly expressed that family is off limits. This is a “mano-a-mano” sport.

Barrera, stayed focus on wanting to fight, keeping his foot on the gas. In the end, it must have gotten too hot in the kitchen for Browne, who blocked the Cuban fighter.

Marcus Browne blocks Sullivan Barrera
Marcus Browne blocks Sullivan Barrera


Browne doesn’t have to fight Barrera, considering there is a chance he can get a rematch with WBA “regular” champion Jean Pascal. However, it is a bit hypocritical that he blocked Scully when he was trolling Team Pascal.

Furthermore, let’s not forget that Browne once went looking to pick a fight with former British title contender Anthony Yarde following his defeat to former WBO champion Sergey Kovalev.

Both men suffered defeat in their last outings. Plus, a victory over a solid opponent would be a good opportunity to regain momentum for Browne.

The light-heavyweight division is the best it has been in a long time and it’s loaded with fan-friendly fights that hopefully will happen in 2020.

By: Garrisson Bland

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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."