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Adrien Broner Eyes Showdown with Regis Prograis After Defeating Bill Hutchinson in Comeback Fight

If he wins his next fight, Adrien Broner has stated that he would like to take on Regis Prograis. Broner, who was once a promising boxer, is hoping to make a comeback and reclaim his previous success. The match between Broner and Hutchinson is set to occur in Miami, Florida on June 9th.

Broner has attracted attention with his comeback, and he’s optimistic about reviving his career with the assistance of promoter Don King. Assuming he defeats Hutchinson, Broner plans to pursue his career at the 140-pound weight category and aims to challenge Regis Prograis for a title opportunity.

Adrien Broner told Fight Hub TV:

“Hell yeah, Regis already know. If he’s still got that belt, I’m coming to take it. “We’re going to make it happen. We’re going to go get Regis – but we’re going to take care of this business and then we’re going to go get Regis for sure,”

“I don’t hate on Regis, I always shout him out. I’m happy for what he’s done. He just won another world title again, I’m proud of him too, but his name is on my list. There are a lot of people, but Regis’ name is definitely on there.”

On the flip side, Regis Prograis has distinct aspirations within the realm of boxing. At present, he holds the WBC World Super-Lightweight title and is committed to safeguarding it against Danielito Zorrilla. Though Prograis hasn’t addressed the possibility of facing Adrien Broner, he has voiced apprehensions about Teofimo Lopez’s psychological well-being.