Adrien Broner

Net Worth: $6'000'000

Adrien Broner

$6'000'000

Adrien Broner net worth and Career Earnings Adrien Broner is an American boxer with a net worth of $6’000’000. Broner holds multiple world championship titles in four different weight classes. He is considered one of the best welterweights in the world and one of the best boxers on the planet, pound for pound. Outside the ring, Broner is known for his raucous behavior and his legal problems. Adrien Jerome Broner was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, on 28 July 1989. At the age of six, he learned boxing. The mean streets of Cincinnati were quite rough during his upbringing, and Adrien later admitted that if it weren’t for boxing, he probably would have become involved. After a powerful record of 300 victories and 19 losses as a fighter, Broner turned professional in 2008. In the first round, he knocked out All ante Davis, David Warren Huffman, and Ramon Flores. He ended the year without losing a single game. His 2009 matches were not as easy, and he faced fighters like Erick Kicker and Jose Alfredo Lugo. In the fourth round of the same year, he also knocked out Angel Rodriguez. More fights followed, and Broner still proved victorious against gathers such as William Pickett and Tommy Stencil. He ended 2009 without a single loss. His first big fight in 2011 came when he faced former Super Bantamweight champion Daniel Ponce De Leon. It was a tough fight, but Broner walked away with a win. Things went better when Adrien faced Jason Liza, and he beat him in the first round. Although Broner was intent on facing Ricky Burns next, he settled for Vicente Martin Rodriguez later in 2011. Not only did Adrien knock Rodriguez out in the third round, but he also won the vacant WHO Super Featherweight World title. He successfully defended his WHO belt against challenger Eloy Perez and finished the fight with a convincing knockout. Broner failed to cut his weight to 130 pounds before a fight against Vicente Scored and was stripped of his title. Broner moved to lightweight weight with a convincing win over Antonio DeMarco. While DeMarco was no one at the time, Broner defeated him in the sixth round and claimed the world title. While Adrien still wanted to fight Ricky Burns, he was once again forced to settle for another fighter Gavin Sees, instead. Broner won a decisive victory. Broner lost to Burns without a fight and moved up two weight classes to fight Pauline Malignant as a welterweight. Broner won in a controversial split decision. Both fighters walked away with six-figure winnings, although Broner won $250’000 more than Pauline, with a total sum of $1’500’000. His title defense against Marcos Maidan did not go well, and the Argentine boxer controlled the fight and handed Broner His first defeat as a professional. After beating Carlos Molina and Emmanuel Taylor, Broner fought Shawn Porter despite wanting to fight Maidan again in a rematch. Broner lost the fight in a unanimous decision Despite knocking Porter down in the 12th round. He then returned to the lightweight division to defeat Habit Allakhverdiev and won in the process his fourth world title. In July, he was stripped of his title for failing to meet the 140-pound limit ahead of his title fight against Ashley Thespian. The fight proceeded, and Broner defeated Thespian with a TKO in The 9th round. Broner defeated Adrian Grenades in a controversial split decision After returning to the welterweight stage a second time. In 2017 Adrien fought Mikey Garcia but lost unanimously. Later that year, Broner took on Jessie Vargas, and the fight was called a draw. Adrien returned to the welterweight level for the third time and met Manny Pacquiao and lost unanimously. On April 21, 2018, he earned a guaranteed 1’000’000 to fight Jessie Vargas in a match that ended in a controversial draw. Broner’s purse for his January 2019 fight against Manny Pacquiao is guaranteed at $2’500’000 before Pay Per View bonuses. In 2016 Broner gave fans through popular Snapchat a tour of his new 6-million mansion In Atlanta. He made sure to show off the grand staircase and saltwater pool while reminding viewers that He wasn’t renting his house. Legal Issues Broner has had to deal with numerous Legal Issues throughout his life. In 2016, he was charged with a misdemeanor In a nightclub over allegedly choking a waitress. In 2017, he was arrested for failing to appear In court. Later in 2017, Adrien landed in hot water after a video of him knocking out a fan surfaced. After failing to appear in court, a warrant was issued for his arrest. Broner said he wasn’t aware of the hearing. Broner was found In contempt of court In 2020 during his attendance at a hearing for a separate assault case. According to the court documents, he was reportedly assaulting a woman at a nightclub in 2018. Adrien was found guilty of contempt for a series of failures to provide documents and evidence. Broner was asked to explain his fault in failing to pay the 800’000 judgment he had been ordered to pay to a woman he assaulted. After the boxer claimed in court that he had 13 dollars to his name, the situation got awkward when a video emerged showing Broner throwing around large stacks of cash. Adrien continued to violate every court order I’ve given him, the judge In charge of this case said. Broner was placed on probation for two years After pleading guilty to two misdemeanors in the nightclub assault. Not long after his probation, he violated his probation and was arrested for drunk driving. This sentenced the boxer to seven days of detention.

ID: 1036065
Published: 19/08/2022
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Jul 28, 1989
Male
10243
Boxer
United States of America

Present Rank:

10243

Historical Rank:

12586

Date of Birth:

Jul 28, 1989

Date of Death:

Age:

33

Profession:

Boxer

Nationality:

United States of America

Gender:

Male

Height:

1.71m

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