Adrien Broner is hoping to box Floyd Mayweather next time out in an exhibition match.
Broner and Mayweather have had a unique relationship throughout their careers and if they were to do an exhibition, Broner thinks they both could make nine figures.
“Me as a real n—-, me, if I was Floyd and he was me, he wouldn’t ever have to fight again because – that exhibition sh!t, as me being his little brother, hey lil bro, we finna do 10 rounds and we both gonna get a $100 plus for it and we ain’t never got to box again,” Broner said (via BoxingScene). “Well, well, well, I’ve already been getting these bags, but it’s time for you to get your just due. And you ain’t ever have to box again. That would’ve been done. That would’ve been done. But I don’t know if he wants to see me with that type of money.”
When Adrien Broner was asked why he doesn’t think Floyd Mayweather wants to see him with that type of money, Broner was quick to respond.
“I can’t tell you why…I don’t know I’m just sayin’, why ain’t it happen?” Broner said. “It’s so easy. This is so easy. This is a layup. This is gonna be the most money you’ve ever made in your career. I don’t care if it’s a real fight or if it’s an exhibition. We can do an exhibition, 10 rounds, and the whole world is gonna watch it,” Broner said. “And we’re gonna go in there and go to work and hug and go in the back and get a bag. But at the end of the day, I don’t know what’s his feelings. I don’t know how he feelin’.”
Currently, Adrien Broner is supposed to box Omar Figueroa Jr. on Aug. 20, yet he says he would cancel that fight if he were to get the exhibition match against Mayweather.
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