"Broner's crime is being young and undisciplined and he's guilty a thousand times over.
Everyone can't be as polished and well rounded as Andre Ward, who was mentored to be a social, mental and spiritual marvel. Broner's immaturity screams out louder than his multicolored socks. His insecurity is betrayed by an armored facade of aloof arrogance. And his youth is betrayed by bad judgement, goofy pranks, and a father who follows him around with a hair brush.
But even though he's been judged, and convicted of being young, and youthful with exhibitionist tendencies, his drive for greatness has already forced him back into the gym, less than two days after his last fight." ---TSS all-star reader Brown Sugar helps us wrap our brains around Adrien Broner
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