On April 21st at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn,New York two former champions both at crossroads in their careers
Adrien Broner a former four division champion looks to get back on the winning side since losing to Mikey Garcia last year on July 29, 2017 and get back into contention to another championship opportunity. Broner has continually faced out trouble with the law outside of the ring, but Broner has stated that he’s made the necessary changes and a hundred percent focused on his bout on April 21st. Adrien has turned to trainer Kevin Cunningham who has a long list of world champions on his resume including: Gervonta Davis, Devon Alexander, and Sakio Bika. Kevin has brought Broner to his training facility in Florida and promises Adrien will be at his best come fight night. Broner was originally supposed to fight Omar Figueroa, but due to a shoulder injury in camp Omar was forced to withdraw from the fight
. Jesse Vargas a former two division champion now managed by Al Haymon last fought December 15, 2017 in his premiere boxing debut, since the parting from Bob Arums CEO of Top Rank. In his debut Jesse Vargas dominated Aaron Herrera dropping him and winning a impressive unanimous decision. Jesse was rumeroued to fight WBC champion Keith Thurman, but Thurman’s camp went in a different direction. Who next to fight? Jesse a native of Las Vegas is a true professional who is always in top shape, so even on short notice Jesse accepted the fight. Jesse knows a victory over Adrien Broner will put him back in the World title conversation Broner vs. Vargas will be at a catch weight of 144lbs.
In a short amount of years the Barclay’s Center has held memorable fights and on April 21st 2018 boxing fans will get another crowd pleasing fight by two warriors who will leave it all in the ring. Both fighters have stated this is a must win in order to resurrect their careers and losing would only further their road back to championship contention. Both fighters are all in for their showdown and Brooklyn’s Barclay’s Center will errupt.