Originally Posted by Slyk
I already answered your question. Broner happens to live in the boxing capital of the world. If you aren't fortunate enough to be from there, you WILL have to travel. No one is going to respect Golovkin for telling people they need to fight him in Kazakhstan. Neither fighter is a huge name, both need to become big names, and the way to do it is fighting in the US.
Broner has the luxury of telling Burns he has to come fight him, as he's already living under the money tree.
But it's not really answer...you know what? Never mind.
I'll put it another way.What would you have said if Burns said the same thing?
I'm saying that I understand perfectly what Broner meant,but why wouldn't it be OK for Burns to say the same? And sorry,but the Las Vegas thing doesn't fly with the question I've just asked you here.
And I'm not looking to be shitty,but that last "Brittard" comment is the sort of thing that lets you down.