By Jesse “New School” Wright
When you declare yourself the second coming of this generations pound for pound king Floyd Mayweather JR., it might be a sure bet that you’re setting yourself up for failure. When you try to emulate the guy in and out of the ring, you also run the risk of being deemed a second rate knock off. That is the wrong foot that Adrien “The Problem” Broner, 31-2 2KOs got off on to begin his career. He gets negative press, he’s cocky and he even fights out of the Philly shell defensive stance as his role model. So what’s the problem? There are few that we will take a look at, but the biggest one is that this guy is actually a phenomenal fighter who has stopped himself from being great.