Re: How does Burns/Broner go now then?
I don't get this whole idea of Broner being a risk. Vazquez is as almost as big a risk with a far lesser reward. If Burns beats Vazquez he has NOTHING to lose by fighting Broner. Everyone is saying Broner is the future p4p king and the heir to PBF and apparently has more talent in his small finger than the rest of the sport combined, ****es gold dust etc.
Even if he loses he gets respect for taking the fight, he's only lost to the next big thing, gets a huge pay day, Broner moves up in weight regardless and then Burns can fight for his old belts?