Re: How does Burns/Broner go now then?
Broner is world class and some things and average at others.
I don't think you need huge pop to beat broner. His work rate and footwork are not great. Burns is capable of outworking this guy to a decision. Rees' first 2 rounds gave an insight into how this is done, draw a lead, get in and out before he counters. Need to move the guy around laterally. I see Burns able to pull this off, he has the engine and seems to think through fights. Think Rees started well and reverted to type which suited AB.
Easier said than done though and I'd still have Broner as fav. We also haven't seen the best of him yet which may have a part to play.