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Adrien Broner to fight twice in a year for first time since 2017

Adrien Broner will take the lead over a double heavyweight showdown as the former world champion returns to action on November 4.

“The Problem’ aims to build on his comeback victory over Bill Hutchinson with a second outing of 2023. It will be the first time in six years Broner has fought more than once in a calendar year.

Don King, who just celebrated his 92nd birthday, has been working non-stop to put together another boxing card that is a night that fans will remember.

That birthday celebration will continue in his next non-stop promotion in his “Only in America 92 Celebration.” He has assembled a boxing extravaganza like no other set for Casino Miami Jai Alai.

Adrien Broner returns

“We are bringing the public a boxing card. All the fights will be co-feature events,” said King. “One great fight after another. It will be an action-packed night to remember. We have more to come.”

Broner, a four-time World Champion in four weight divisions, continues his return to the top of the welterweight division as he meets another Cincinnati, OH fighter in Chris Howard.

Stepping up to battle Broner, Howard is 18-2-1, 8 KOs as a professional.

As for his more prominent name opponent, Broner made his return to the ring on June 9 a successful one in winning a unanimous decision over William “Hutch” Hutchinson.

It was Broner’s first fight in nearly 26 months. Broner is on a mission to secure the 140-pound world title before retirement.

Mikaelian vs Makabu

The clash of two titans will occur in the WBC cruiserweight championship twelve-round bout featuring the top two ranked fighters.

Mandatory Silver Champion Noel Mikaelian (26-2, 11 KOs) from Miami via Armenia will get his toughest test. He takes on former champion Ilunga Makabu (29-3, 25 KOs) of Johannesburg, South Africa, via the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Makabu, who lost his title to Badou Jack as he was stopped in the 12th round, is hoping to regain his belt after Badou Jack dropped the title.

On top of those two blockbusters will be two heavyweight attractions.

The WBA NABA Gold Heavyweight Champion, Jonathan Guidry (19-1-2, 11 KOs) from Dulac, LA, will defend his title against the WBC FECARBOX Heavyweight champion.

He faces Jesus Escalera (18-0, 18 KOs) from Riverview, FL, via Puerto Rico.

The other heavyweight attraction will feature former WBA Heavyweight Champion Trevor Bryan (22-1, 15 KOs) returning to the ring. Bryan is back after losing his ‘regular’ title to face Cassius Chaney (22-1, 15 KOs) from New London, CT.

The super sensation fan favorite and WBA Continental America’s middleweight champion, Ian Green (17-2, 11 KOs) from Haledon, NJ, will also be featured. He defends his title against Mark “The Bazooka” DeLuca (30-4, 18 KOs) of Quincy, MA.

Tickets from $50 go on sale and can be purchased at Ringside tables are $3000. Next-level tables are $2500; ringside seats are $750; side seats are $200 and $100.

General Admission tickets are $50.

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