["Tennis#TV"] Adrien Broner vs Bill Hutchinson Live Free TV Broadcast ON 9 June 2023
09 𝓂𝒾𝓃𝓊𝓉𝑒𝓈 𝒶𝑔𝑜 - !Broner vs Hutchinson: Live streaming results, round by round, how to watch, PPV price, start time, full card info. Adrien Broner is back against Bill Hutchinson in a Don King main event tonight. Adrien Broner vs. Bill Hutchinson undercard: Complete list of fights before main event in 2023 boxing match.
A fight featuring Adrien Broner is an event filled with anticipation and excitement. It's a chance to witness a man who has overcome countless obstacles, defied the odds, and risen above his own limitations. With his flashy style, brash demeanor, and masterful trash-talking abilities, Broner has cultivated a persona that both fascinates and polarizes fans and critics alike.
This all adds up to Broner becoming a "can't miss" attraction because of the "what if" factor. What is going to happen when he laces them up? Will Broner be trained and ready for this fight? What type of antics will Broner do in the lead-up to the fight and on fight night?
Adrien Broner will return to action this evening in Miami, facing Bill Hutchinson in the first fight of his deal with promoter Don King, as Broner looks to get himself back into the mix at age 33.
We’ll have live updates of the show starting at 6:50 pm ET, with the fights airing on PPV (you can buy through FITE TV). We’ll have live results and commentary, and hopefully some highlights, but we’ll see how social media goes for this.
For the first time since 2021, Adrien Broner returns to the ring. Teaming with Don King, he faces Bill Hutchinson on June 9.
The fight, airing on FITE and DonKing.com in the U.S., is in The Casino Miami.
A multi-division champion, Broner (34-4-1, one no-contest) is 1-2-1 in his last four bouts. “The Problem” last fought in 2021 and missed out on a 2022 bout against Omar Figueroa Jr. to focus on his mental health. Broner is ready for the ultimate comeback and will do whatever it takes to take down Hutchinson.
“He’s (Hutchinson) going to be another body in the ring,” Broner told Fight Hype via Boxing News 24/7. “I’m in shape, I feel good, and I’m just ready to put on a show June 9. “That’s the plan [to treat Hutchinson like a punching bag]. Pressure makes diamonds, and I’ll be damned if I’ll be a diamond in the rough.”
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Hutchinson (20-2-4) lost his first pro bout in 2011. "Hutch" is on a ten-fight win streak, and he last fought in January 2022, making him the fresher of the two.
Outside Broner’s return, former champions and young fighters are ready to compete in Miami. Here is a look into the entire main card of Broner vs. Hutchinson.
Adrien Broner vs. Bill Hutchinson undercard
Ahmed Elbiali vs. Rodolfo Gomez
Division/Weight: Light Heavyweight
Elbiali record: 22-1
Gomez record: 14-6-3
Belts at stake: NABF light heavyweight title
In the co-main event, Ahmed Elbiali faces Rodolfo Gomez. A two-time Florida State Golden Gloves Championships winner, Elbiali (22-1) turned pro in 2013. In 2017, he lost via TKO against Jean Pascal. Since then, "The American Pharaoh" has won six in a row, with five via knockout. His last bout was a DQ win against Dervin Colina in June 2022 for the NABA light heavyweight title.
On June 9th Don King presents Adrien Broner vs Bill Hutchinson live on FITE straight from Casino Miami, FL. The fight card has well over 10 matches and will have Adrien Broner vs Bill Hutchinson as main event of the evening.
The co-main event is a NABA Light Heavyweight Title match where Ahmed El Biali takes on Rodolfo Gomez Jr. One more title will be on the line when Antonio Williams faces off Braulio Rodriguez in a fight for the WBA NABA/WBC NABF Light Heavyweight Championship.
Expect a thrilling event, full of excitement and action! Tune in, order today and watch right here on FITE!
*fight card subject to change
Gomez (14-6-3) turned pro in 2008. "Cobrita" is 1-2-2 in his previous five contests, fighting Oscar Riojas to a split decision draw in his last bout in March.
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Guillermo Rigondeaux vs. Charlie Clemente
Rigondeaux record: 21-3, one no-contest
Clemente record: 12-0, one no-contest
Belts at stake: N/A
Guillermo Rigondeaux faces Charlie Clemente in bantamweight action. A two-time Olympic gold medalist, Rigondeaux (21-3, one no-contest) turned pro in 2009 and won the NABA super bantamweight title that year. "The Jackal" won the interim WBA super bantamweight title in 2010 and was elevated to full-time champion when he beat Rico Ramos in 2012. The Cuban beat Nonito Donaire in 2013 for the WBO belt.
Moving to super featherweight, Rigondeaux lost to Vasiliy Lomachenko in 2017 for WBO gold. Since that loss, he has gone 4-2, winning the WBA bantamweight title in 2020 before losing it against John Riel Casimero in 2021. The 42-year-old last fought in February, beating Jesus Martinez via knockout.
Clemente (12-0, one no-contest) turned pro in 2012. Primarily fighting in Puerto Rico, "Little Giant" last fought in 2016, beating Christian Lopez via retirement. It is the first time Clemente has faced someone with Rigondeaux’s resume.
Neslan Machado vs. Jonathan Smith
Machado record: 19-0, one no-contest
Smith record: 8-1
Belts at stake: N/A
Further down the card is Neslan Machado vs. Jonathan Smith. Machado (19-0, one no-contest) turned pro in 2013. "Pitbull" last fought in November 2022, beating Weusi Johnson via unanimous decision. He has eight wins via knockout but hasn’t scored a KO win since 2014.
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Smith (8-1) turned pro in 2019, losing his debut against Daniel Dejesus. Since then, he has won eight in a row, with six victories via knockout. "Hollywood" last fought in January 2022, beating Marlon Hardnick Jr. via TKO.
Antonio Perez vs. Nigel Fennell
Division/Weight: Super Lightweight
Perez record: 7-0
Fennell record: 13-2
Belts at stake: N/A
Antonio Perez faces Nigel Fennell. Perez (7-0) turned pro in 2021 and has won five contests via knockout. The 21-year-old last fought in March, beating Tyrone Luckey via TKO.
Fennell (13-2) turned pro in 2018. The 29-year-old is 3-2 in his last five contests. He lost his previous bout in January against Tre'Sean Wiggins for the NABA welterweight title.
Antonio Williams vs. Braulio Rodriguez
Williams record: 15-0-1
Rodriguez record: 20-6
Belts at stake: N/A
In lightweight action, Antonio Williams faces Braulio Rodriguez. Williams (15-0-1) turned pro in 2016. "Bang" has six wins via knockout, his last win via the power punch in 2019. He last fought in 2021, beating Harry Gigliotti via split decision.
Rodriguez (20-6) turned pro in 2011 and has won 17 bouts via knockout. "El Chavo" is 1-5 in his last six and is on a two-fight losing streak. He last fought in April, losing to Idalberto Umara via knockout.
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Dorian Bostic vs. Joshua Clark
Bostic record: 13-0
Clark record: 6-1
Belts at stake: N/A
Dorian Bostic faces Joshua Clark. Bostic (13-0) turned pro in 2019. The 35-year-old has won all but one of his bouts via knockout. His last fight was a unanimous decision win against Carmelo Marmol in August 2022.
Clark (6-1) turned pro in 2021 and has won two bouts via knockout. The 23-year-old last fought in September 2022, losing to Ariel Sharupi via unanimous decision.
Adlay Rodriguez vs. Raul Garcia Jr.
Rodriguez record: 4-0
Garcia record: 2-8
Belts at stake: N/A
Young guns collide as Adlay Rodriguez faces Raul Garcia Jr. Rodriguez (4-0) turned pro in 2022 and has won all his fights via knockout. The 18-year-old last fought in April, beating Izaiah Vargas. Garcia (2-8), 27, turned pro in 2018. He is 1-2 in his previous three bouts, his last fight being a unanimous decision loss against Travis Crawford in May.
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When is Adrien Broner vs. Bill Hutchinson?
Date: Friday, June 9 | Saturday, June 10
Start time: 7 p.m. ET | 4 p.m. PT | 12 a.m. BST | 9 a.m. AEST
Main event: 10:30 p.m. ET | 7:30 p.m. PT | 3:30 a.m. B ST | 12:30 p.m. AEST (approx.)
Adrien Broner vs. Bill Hutchinson takes place on June 9. The event starts at 7 p.m. ET | 4 p.m. ET | 12 a.m. BST | 9 a.m. AEST, with the main event expected to begin around 10:30 p.m. ET | 7:30 p.m. PT | 3:30 a.m. B ST | 12:30 p.m. AEST, depending on how long the undercard fights last.
How to watch Adrien Broner vs. Bill Hutchinson
Country Date Channel + Live Stream (main card)
United States/Canada Fri. June 9 PPV, Fite.tv, DonKing.com, Itube247.com.
United Kingdom Sat. June 10 TBA
Australia Sat. June 10 TBA
Broner vs. Hutchinson will be available via traditional PPV and on Fite.tv, DonKing.com, and Itube247.com.
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Adrien Broner vs. Bill Hutchinson PPV price: How much does Don King event cost?
The entire PPV event will cost fight fans $24.99.
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