Adrian Broner wanted by Cincinnati Police; fight with Theophane in trouble?


Adrien BronerAll eyes are on Adrian Broner once again, but it wasn’t his big mouth that got him in trouble this time. The police want Adrian Broner after allegedly assaulting a man outside a bowling alley in his hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio.

The incident was reported by TMZ Sports, who said that Broner has been charged with felonious assault and aggravated robbery, with a warrant issued for his arrest. The victim, someone that Broner had been gambling with on the night of January 21.

According to the report, the victim claims that he and Broner were bowling, with “thousands of dollars on the line”. Broner, being a sore loser, was not happy when his opponent decided to call it a night and claim his winnings. Allegedly, Broner was so displeased and enraged that he waited for the man outside the bowling alley, where the alleged attack occurred.

The “Can-man” allegedly punched the victim repeatedly and “then retrieved a handgun from his vehicle, approached the victim, demanded money, then struck (the victim) in the face with a closed fist a second time, this time causing the victim to be rendered unconscious.” According to the report, Broner took the money out of the man’s pockets while he was unconscious and left the scene. The victim was hospitalized and received stitches to close the damage to his face.  This all is coming days after he released a video showing him throwing money in the air at Wal-Mart because “he don’t need no change.”

Broner is set to fight Ashley Theophane from Washington, D.C on April 1. What part these accusations will play in his upcoming fight still remains unknown. The boxer has not released a statement addressing these accusations.