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Prograis Tells NYF He’d Knock Broner The EFF OUT

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He very rarely wins fights, and he is more likely to make noise in clubs, making it rain and such.
But Adrien Broner still has followers, still has people interested in what he’s up to.
And what he’s saying, like this: “I’m about to take over the whole 140 pound divison,” he declared in a Fight Hype video.
Jose Ramirez, or maybe Regis Prograis, he’d whup both, he declared. “I’ll eff up Regis,” he said on video.
Prograis checked in with NYF, and weighed in on Broner…
…and what a Prograis versus Broner bout would look like:
“I think I stop him in less than six,” said the Texas based boxer, who was bred in Louisiana.
So, a Prograis versus AB fight could happen?
“Yeah, I think it’s possible. Maybe sometime in the future,” he answered.
The 24-0 hitter, who is 30 years old, last fought in April, when he stopped Kiryl Relikh. He will fight in the World Boxing Super Series finale, clashing with Josh Taylor, specifics to come.
Any of you think Broner would beat Prograis? Talk to me!

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