- Birth Date: 1989-07-28 / age 22
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- Division: Junior Lightweight
- Height: 5′ 7″ / 170cm
- Reach: 71″ / 180cm
- Alias: The Problem
- Residence: Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
- Birth Name: Adrien Jerome Broner
Broner had a successful amateur career of over 300 fights
Broner turned professional on 31 May 2008 and scored three consecutive first round knockouts against Allante Davis, David Warren Huffman and Ramon Flores. In Broner’s fourth fight he faced Terrance Jett at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on the undercard of the Ricky Hatton vs Paulie Malignaggi fight. Broner defeated Jett with a stoppage in the sixth round. In Broner’s fifth professional fight and final of 2008, he faced Scott Furney on the undercard of Oscar De la Hoya vs Manny Pacquiao fight. Broner stopped Furney in the first round bringing his record to 5(5)-0-0.
In January 2009 he was forced to go the distance with Jose Alfredo Lugo, at the Staples Center on the undercard of Shane Mosley vs Antonio Margarito. Broner returned to the ring in March scoring a unanimous decision over Eric Ricker. Three weeks later Broner stopped Angel Rodriguez in the fourth round. In his eighth fight Broner stepped up to eight rounds in a hard fought fight with Fernando Quintero, pulling out a majority decision. In June at the Staples Center Broner met Australian William Kickett, scoring a sixth round knockout. On the Juan Díaz vs Paul Malignaggi undercard in Houston, Broner make short work of Edgar Portillo, victory coming via stoppage in the first round. Broner defeated Henry White Jr via KO in September and finished his busy year against Tommy Atencio. Broner stopped Atencio in the first round, for the sixth time in thirteen fights.
Broner started the year with a fourth round stoppage victory over Roberto Acevedo. Broner also was awarded a victory by the judges in a highly disputed decision against Daniel Ponce de Leon on March 5, 2011.
In the TV opener of HBO’s Boxing After Dark show from Guadalajara, Mexico, Adrien Broner took on, and took out Jason Litzau in a fight scheduled for ten. Broner landed combos on the ropes late in the first, with a straight right, left hook and then a right uppercut hurting the Minnesotan badly. He crumpled, and the ref leaped in, seeing he was out. The official end came at 2:58.
1. WBC USNBC Super Featherwight Title
2. WBO Inter-Continental Champion (twice)
3. EBU Heavyweight Champion
4. WBC USNBC Lightweight Title
5. WBC Youth Intercontinental Super Featherweight Title
1. WBO Junior Lightweight Title