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Adrien Broner vs Shawn Porter: Will the problem be ready for showtime?




This weekend we have a huge and intriguing fight taking place in the welterweight division, when three division, former champion Adrien "The Problem" Broner takes on former IBF welterweight champion Shawn "Showtime" Porter at a catch weight of 144 pounds, in what is being billed as the battle of the Ohioans.
Broner is from Cincinnati and Porter is from Akron so bragging rights are definitely up for grabs in this battle. This fight is highly anticipated for many reasons one being that these are two young talented fighters who have had some minor setbacks in their young careers. Broner lost badly to ferocious power puncher Marcos Maidana after talking so much trash about what he was going to do to his opponent, and that set him back in a big way. He was the laughing stock of the boxing world for a few months, and understandably so, he talked a lot of trash and simply couldn't back it up. To his credit Broner has rebounded nicely going 3-0 since his first defeat of his career, although his opponents have been solid (Carlos Molina, Emannuel Taylor, and John Molina) none are on the level of Shawn Porter. Porter on the other hand is 3-1 in his last four fights, defeating Devon Alexander to win the IBF welterweight title, Paulie Malinaggi to defend his title, a loss to current IBF champion Kell Brook, and most recently Erick Bone.
Porter is a guy who can box, bang, and apply pressure as he did in his fights with Alexander and Malinaggi. He's also capable of being taken out of his rhythm and comfort zone as Kell Brook did in their fight. Broner, who's also capable of boxing, but prefers fighting on the inside, needs to establish his jab early and often using it to set up everything offensively. He also needs to work the body from the sound off the bell to test Porters stamina and really see how the weight cut affected him. Porter needs to come out aggressive early behind his jab, trying to get Broner out of his game early while making Broner respect his power. He also needs to give Broner different looks coming in from different angles and boxing. Broner can't fight off his back foot so Porter implementing some of Maidana's strategy would be smart. Broner needs to be aware of Porter's head which tends to get in the way when he lunges in wildly. If Broner can show patience and time Porter he can slowly take Porters confidence away.
With all that being said I expect an exciting fight with back and forth action but as the fight wears on I see the supremely confident Broner pulling away maybe even rocking the bigger Porter along the way to win a Unanimous Decision and the bragging rights of Ohio and setting himself up for bigger fights in the future.






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