Broner already knows who he will fight after defeating Redkach


Former champion in four categories, American Adrien Browner (34-4-1, 24 KOs), who has not entered the ring since February 2021, is going to resume his career in February. As we reported earlier, on the 18th in the USA, he is scheduled to fight against the Ukrainian Ivan Redkach (23-6-1, 18 KOs), although at first Adrian will have to sweat in the gym – otherwise you won’t get rid of such a belly.

Be that as it may, Broner already knows where he will direct his career if the fight with Redkach not only takes place, but also ends in his favor. According to Adrian, he plans to fight the current WBC super lightweight champion (up to 63.5 kg) Regis Prograis (28-1, 23 KOs).

“The whole point is that he (Prograis) himself wanted to fight me, and I told him: “Now it makes no sense. You are not a world champion, and this will not affect my status in any way. I’ll just beat Regis. So win the title first, and then we can fight.” Now that he has fulfilled his part of the deal, I have to fulfill mine in February, and then we will talk with Regis, ”Browner said in an interview.
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“Of course, you can never look behind your nearest opponent, but after this fight (with Redkach) I will go for the WBC title and take it away from Regis,” Adrian traditionally “Napoleon” plans. “This is a good, big fight, but in boxing you have to take one fight at a time, and now my opponent is Ivan Redkach. So I have to deal with him first.”

At the end of October, it became known that Browner, following Crawford, signed an eight-figure contract with BLK Prime.