Adrien Broner's immature and offensive post-fight rant was appalling

Boxer Adrien Broner went for it all regarding insensitivity, spewing offensive gibberish toward Mexicans, the LGBTQIA community, and even somehow Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Kahron Spearman

Immediately after a fantastic fight at Barclays Center in Brooklyn on Saturday night between Adrien Broner and Jessie Vargas that ended in a majority draw, Broner was asked if he'd like to tussle with Vargas again. 


His response was somewhat predictable if you're familiar with Broner which is to say it was offensive and vulgar. 

I want to fight him where Im from. Theres hella Mexicans that are in here, they kept booing me and (expletive). They want rice and chicken. I want some (expletives) that want Coneys around me.

Adrien Broner

And yet, that wasn't it. Yes, there was even more than that. Broner seemed to be going for the gold in wonton insensitivity, saying, "It look like I beat him with what they beat Martin Luther King with, man."


"We went at it for 12 rounds," said Vargas.


"We didn't go at it, that's gay," Broner quickly replied. "Going at it is gay."


Broner even went at Jim Gray, who asked if changing his trainer made a difference.


"You're a different fighter with that different suit on," said Broner. "Did things change when you changed that old (expletive) suit?"