Difference between revisions of "Adrien Broner vs. Willie Kickett"

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* Adrien Broner 9-0 (6 KOs) vs. Willie Kickett 15-1 (5 KOs)
 
* Adrien Broner 9-0 (6 KOs) vs. Willie Kickett 15-1 (5 KOs)
 
* Fight was on the undercard of [[Marcos Rene Maidana vs. Victor Ortiz]].
 
* Fight was on the undercard of [[Marcos Rene Maidana vs. Victor Ortiz]].
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* It was the United States debut for Kickett.
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== Bout Summary ==
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The fight was competitive as Kickett landed some decent shots that slipped through the guard of Broner. Broner primarily looked to counter but struggled with accuracy early on. Broner was warned at the beginning of Round 5 for hitting Kickett during a break. Kickett momentarily switched to a southpaw stance in the round. A counter left hook to the jaw caught Kickett coming forward and put him down at 2:57 of Round 5. he made it to his feet at the count of seven. A more confident Broner landed a pair of left hooks in the opening minute of Round 6 that stung Kickett. A left uppercut at 2:58 of Round 6 bloodied the nose of Kickett and put him down for the second time in the fight. Kickett, who was seated and against the ropes, did not attempt to get to his feet.

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2009-06-27 : Adrien Broner 132 lbs beat William Kickett 131½ lbs by KO at 2:58 in round 6 of 8

  • Location: Staples Center, Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Referee: Jose Cobian

Notes

Bout Summary

The fight was competitive as Kickett landed some decent shots that slipped through the guard of Broner. Broner primarily looked to counter but struggled with accuracy early on. Broner was warned at the beginning of Round 5 for hitting Kickett during a break. Kickett momentarily switched to a southpaw stance in the round. A counter left hook to the jaw caught Kickett coming forward and put him down at 2:57 of Round 5. he made it to his feet at the count of seven. A more confident Broner landed a pair of left hooks in the opening minute of Round 6 that stung Kickett. A left uppercut at 2:58 of Round 6 bloodied the nose of Kickett and put him down for the second time in the fight. Kickett, who was seated and against the ropes, did not attempt to get to his feet.