Rees put up a fight but Broner wont be denied

By Kevin Davis

   

Gavin Rees came into this ring one of the biggest underdogs in boxing history but didn't fight like one. He used his speed and movement to create openings to land body shots on Adrien Broner. Broner had trouble landing cleanly in the first couple of rounds because Rees was getting so low. Broner was never in danger but in round three pressed Rees a more and made him very uncomfortable and once he felt the power he started to stand in front of Broner and that meant target practice. 

   

Anyone who had hope that Rees was going to run into the booth and transform in to 'Superman' was brought back to reality once Broner landed a right uppercut that dropped Rees quicker than the stock market. Once back to his feet the ref asked him did he know where he was and he responded "I'm in America" then came back swinging. Showing the heart of a champion, he came at the Broner with everything he had but it wasn't enough, Broner dropped him again with a hard left to the body then after a assault of punches the corner stopped the action.

   

Broner (26-0, 22 knockouts) remained undefeated. What's next for Broner well many hope he take two more fights then move up to 140, there is a mountain of talent at that weight class. 

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