Adrien Broner Wants Vasiliy Lomachenko at Catchweight!

Yes! Adrien Broner Is Now Baiting Vasiliy Lomachenko

Adrien Broner (left) and Vasiliy Lomachenko (right).

Adrien Broner vs Vasyl Lomachenko at a catchweight?!

Raise your hands if you would like to see a Adrien “The Problem” Broner vs Vasyl “Hi-Tech” Lomachenko fight. Anyone? Come on now people, I know The Problem still has some delusional loyal supporters who think the “can man” could give Hi-Tech his second career loss.

Just as I thought, nobody gives Broner a chance in hell at beating Lomachenko, let alone making it a competitive fight. However, Broner is at it again, calling for fights that he doesn’t deserve to be in nor stands a chance at winning.

Recently, he took to social media and mentioned he wanted to fight the unified lightweight champion at a catchweight of 138 pounds!

Adrien Broner IG Post About Vasiliy Lomachenko
Adrien Broner mentions he wants to fight Lomachenko at a catchweight!

At this point, it’s beyond sad to witness the desperation shown by the four-division champion to secure a big fight. Since negotiations with fellow welterweight Ivan Redkach hit the news, Broner has been on a rampage over social media.

From calling out Keith Thurman after his loss to Manny Pacquiao to junior welterweight champions Regis Prograis and Jose Ramirez then announcing his retirement, he has done anything he can to stay “somewhat” relevant.

However, if we were to take this fight seriously, let’s talk how these two guys match-up stylistically.

Broner is the naturally bigger man with the height and reach advantage. He also possesses good hand-speed and excellent counter-punching ability. However, he’s flat-footed with average foot-speed at best and has a very low work-rate. That alone spells disaster for him against a guy like Lomachenko.

The current unified champion at lightweight is a master boxer who possesses excellent foot-speed and placement, backed by masterful fundamentals and technique. The low output and lack of foot movement would be Broner’s downfall, not to mention an inconsistent jab.

At the end of the day, this would be another one-sided boxing lesson he suffers in a career that’s now the butt of many jokes. My advice to Adrien Broner would be to stay in his lane and fight fighters on his level. He’s had many opportunities to prove he’s a tier one fighter. He’s also has failed on each and every attempt to achieve greatness in the sport.

Thanks for the laugh though!

By: Jerrell Fletcher

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