Ashley Theophane Defeats Yakabu Amidu By Unanimous Decision

Ashley Theophane -  Ashley "Treasure" Theophane (40-7-1, 11KO's ) faced Yakabu Amidu (19-9-2, 17 KO's ) in 10 rounds of action in the main event of Mayweather Promotions' Sin City Showdown Friday night. Theophane came out focused and on cue with his game plan, he was able to deflect most of Amidu's punches and break his opponent down. It was a steady 10 rounds of action, Theophane was able to break Amidu down with consistent jabs and body punches aiming consistently at his target, round after round. Amidu struggled to read Theophane, which ultimately led to Theophane to his 40th win, by way of unanimous decision.

Ashley “Treasure” Theophane (40-7-1, 11KO’s ) faced Yakabu Amidu (19-9-2, 17 KO’s ) in 10 rounds of action in the main event of Mayweather Promotions’ Sin City Showdown Friday night. Theophane came out focused and on cue with his game plan, he was able to deflect most of Amidu’s punches and break his opponent down. It was a steady 10 rounds of action, Theophane was able to break Amidu down with consistent jabs and body punches aiming consistently at his target, round after round. Amidu struggled to read Theophane, which ultimately led to Theophane to his 40th win, by way of unanimous decision.

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Ashley Theophane faces Yakabu Amidu this Friday, Dec.2

Ashley “Treasure” Theophane (39-7, 12 KO’s) is back! The veteran boxer returns to ring Friday, December 2 against Yakabu Amidu (19-8-2, 17 KO’s) in the main event of Mayweather Promotions’ Sin City Showdown. Theophane has made it clear that he is here for redemption. He has been training hard, is focused, and is ready to outperform his opponent when he steps in the ring in this 10-round battle.

“It’s been said that this is my redemption fight,” said Theophane. “I have been faced with many challenges in my career, with my back up against the wall and have bounced back. This fight is like any other fight, and I plan to come out victorious.”

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Ashley Theophane to fight on October 8

Former title challenger Ashley “Treasure” Theophane (39-7-1, 11 KO’s) looks to redeem himself after a tough loss back in April as he headlines the main event of Mayweather Promotions Sin City Showdown, Saturday, October 8th from Sam’s Town Live in Las Vegas.

“I have been in the gym training harder than ever and mentally preparing after coming up short against Adrien Broner earlier this year,” said Theophane. “I’m excited to get back in the ring on October 8 and be the first to headline the monthly fight series at Sam’s Town that Mayweather Promotions has put together. I will not disappoint. This is for my fans right here in Las Vegas to witness live, and my supporters worldwide. You can expect a great performance come fight night!”

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Broner manages to paint himself as victim

Ashley Theophane - Adrien "Problem" Broner (32-2, 24KO) stopped Ashley Theophane 39-7-1, 11KO) in nine at the D.C. Armory, Wash D.C.  No big deal.  Everyone expected him to win.   It just took a little longer than he predicted.  The real story was the current episode of the Problem Child's soap opera life.  Just as television series often do, fans (audiences) were initially left hanging.

Adrien “Problem” Broner (32-2, 24KO) stopped Ashley Theophane 39-7-1, 11KO) in nine at the D.C. Armory, Wash D.C. No big deal. Everyone expected him to win. It just took a little longer than he predicted. The real story was the current episode of the Problem Child’s soap opera life. Just as television series often do, fans (audiences) were initially left hanging.

Fans wondered about several “what ifs”. What if the Problem gets arrested and incarcerated due to criminal proceedings in Cincinnati, Ohio? Will the Wash. D. C. commission deny Broner a license? If so, will the entire card be scratched? Speaking of scratched, that’s what officials were contemplating when the Problem refused to take off another 4oz to make the junior welterweight limit of 140.

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Adrien “The Problem” Broner Thrashes Theophane, Calls Out Floyd Mayweather

Ashley Theophane - By Justin Jones & Paul “Paparazzi” Jones - Photos © Paul “Paparazzi” Jones -- Washington, DC — Adrien “The Problem” Broner (32-2, 24 KOs) is accustomed to making headlines inside and out of the ring. Last night, he did both in a matter of hours.

By Justin Jones & Paul “Paparazzi” Jones – Photos © Paul “Paparazzi” Jones — Washington, DC — Adrien “The Problem” Broner (32-2, 24 KOs) is accustomed to making headlines inside and out of the ring. Last night, he did both in a matter of hours.

More specifically, Broner “kept his promise” to the public with a controversial stoppage of Ashley Theophane in the 9th round of the Premier Boxing Champions’ (PBC) main event at the DC Armory in Washington, DC. But stopping a game Theophane wasn’t enough to send shockwaves through the packed house.

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Broner beats Theophane, then calls out Mayweather

Ashley Theophane - (Photo credit: Nabeel Ahmad/Premier Boxing Champions)  Four-division world champion Adrien "The Problem" Broner didn't have much of a problem beating and stopping Ashley "The Treasure" Theophane at 1:10 in the ninth round in the main event of tonight's Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) on Spike event in front of a sold out crowd of 8,172 at the DC Armory in Washington, D.C.

(Photo credit: Nabeel Ahmad/Premier Boxing Champions) Four-division world champion Adrien “The Problem” Broner didn’t have much of a problem beating and stopping Ashley “The Treasure” Theophane at 1:10 in the ninth round in the main event of tonight’s Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) on Spike event in front of a sold out crowd of 8,172 at the DC Armory in Washington, D.C.

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Broner vs. Theophane: Broner Captain of a Sinking Ship

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Photo: Paul Jones / ESB – Adrien Broner is back this Friday night to face Ashley Theophane in front of a sold-out Armory crowd in Washington, DC. Even if victorious, Broner will not be able retain his WBA junior lightweight belt on account of being .4 pounds over the 140 pound weight limit. To make matters worse, Broner didn’t even attempt to use the 2-hour window given to trim the remaining weight. It just another setback in a series of issues that seem stuck to “The Problem” like glue.

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