Adrien Broner unleashed a profanity-filled tirade against his opponent in the ring and his doubters outside it, proving he remains one of boxing’s biggest mouths. Broner has another chance to demonstrate he’s a worthy headliner capable of beating boxing’s best. But he has to get by undefeated Mikey Garcia, who is moving up in weight for their 140-pound bout in Brooklyn. He insists he’ll be ready, leaving his antics behind for a serious side he believes will bring back one of his vintage performances. “I just know I’ll be ready Saturday night,” Broner said Thursday. A champion in four weight classes and former Floyd Mayweather protege, Broner (33-2, 24 KOs) once seemed capable of unlimited heights. But then came a pair of losses, a couple other lethargic performances and legal trouble that left his commitment to the sport in question. But a victory in the fight to be televised on Showtime vaults Broner back toward where he thinks he belongs. “He keeps mentioning how he changed things in camp to make sure that he was 100 percent and no distractions,” Garcia said. “So I don’t expect him to be desperate inside the ring but I do expect him to be… Read full this story
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