Adrien Broner lost his 140-pound world title at the scale one day earlier, but he was in complete command in the ring Friday night as he dismantled Ashley Theophane over nine rounds in Washington, D.C.
Sounds like Adrien Broner won’t have to chase down Ashley Theophane once they enter the ring Friday at the DC Armory in Washington, D.C. That’s because Theophane has vowed to bring the fight to him.
When he stopped Russian contender Khabib Allakhverdiev in the 12th round in October, Adrien Broner won a 140-pound world title and became a four-division world champion. But as happy as he was with that achievement, he was equally happy that he took care of business before the final bell.
Next up for Adrien Broner: Ashley Theophane. After that? Setting up shop outside of the ring and on an iTunes playlist near and dear to your phone.
If ever a boxer and a city were made for each other, it would be Adrien Broner and Washington, D.C. After all, the nation’s capital has long been home to large personalities—something with which the loquacious Broner can certainly identify.