The former four-division “The Problem” 33-4-1, 24KOs is ready to let the boxing world know that he’s back
“Man, I would love to go in there and stop him,” Broner told Custer. “It’d be a good fight. You know, especially me coming off, I’ve been off for what, two years? I don’t care if we fight. I mean, as long as my money right, we gonna have a hell of a fight. I’m gonna f— him up, though. He asking for it. He (has) been begging for it.”
Devin Haney and Vergil Ortiz Jr. said that they’d like to fight against Broner. The former four-division world champion isn’t currently interested in either fight and has another opponent in mind, Ivan Redkach.
Redkach (23-5-1, 18 KOs, 1 NC) hasn’t fought since losing by unanimous decision to former two-division champion Danny Garcia in January. Redkach has taken to his Instagram to call Broner out continuously. He vowed if they do fight, he’ll knock Broner out. Broner has seen the comments and promised on “The Last Stand” podcast with Brian Custer that if everything can be settled financially, he is returning to the squared circle to make Redkach eat his words.
Stephen Espinoza, Showtime’s president of sports and event programming, told Boxing Scene that Broner is expected to fight on the premium channel in January.