Cobbs: “He’s A Good Slut; We Are Going To Run Through Broner!”

Cobbs Looking Forward to Promised Victory Over Broner

Blair Cobbs talks up his upcoming fight with Adrien Broner
Blair Cobbs promises to run through Adrien Boner (credit: Omar Ornelas/Imagn Content Services)

Blair Cobbs Promises to Use and Abuse Adrien Broner on June 7

In a paradoxically respectful and highly disrespectful session of trash talk, welterweight Blair “The Flair” Cobbs (16-1-1, 10 KO’s) was full of bravado and big promises. This time, Blair Cobbs assured a victory over Adrien “The Problem” Broner (35-4-1, 24 KO’s) when they collide under the hot lights of the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino on June 7.

In brazen fashion, The Flair said his in-ring abuse of Broner would mirror the barbarism of tossing a young girl to the red light district.

“He’s a good slut! And I will tell you, we are going to run through Adrien Broner. Go ahead and take him to town, enjoy him for a good twenty minutes and we’re going to send him back on his way and put him back on the streets!”


For those familiar with Cobbs, they know that the eccentric character is prone to making audacious claims and pledges. Entering this fight however, Cobbs is firmly nestled in a must-win type of situation. To begin, his brawl versus Broner will stand as The Flair’s first taste of action in nearly two full years.

Aside from that, Cobbs is only one fight removed from his sole professional defeat at the hands of Alexis Rocha. Due to the inactivity, coupled with the relatively recent loss, The Flair is not ranked in the top 15 of any of the four major sanctioning bodies standings. This further underscores why Cobbs cannot afford to lose this duel to Broner. For his part, The Problem is ranked #9 (WBA) and #14 (WBC).

While the greater downside seems to await Cobbs, there is still substantial pressure on Broner to come out on top. Sure, even if he loses, his name can still facilitate securing future bouts. Yet, if The Problem wants to make meaningful noise in the division, or talk championship titles, he’s got to show separation with Cobbs in this encounter. So let’s see who meets with tragedy and triumph on June 7!

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