Adrien Broner Suspended By WBC For ‘F*ck Mexican’ Interview [Details]

Rucuss staffMay 8, 2014

Adrien Broner’s racially insensitive rant after his win over Carlos Molina got him suspended from the World Boxing Council.

The WBC announced its decision on Wednesday, a little less than a week after Broner called himself the “can man” and stated that he “beat the f— out of a MexiCAN.”

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The WBC responded Wednesday by issuing the following statement:

Adrien Broner , former WBC lightweight champion has offended many persons of the world with his words during the interview after the fight vs Molina .

The World Boxing Council holds human equality as its banner and will not accept a former WBC champion to make racially offensive statements.

Since words have different meanings and can be interpreted in different ways , the WBC is issuing this open letter to Adrien Broner to either clarify what he meant with his words or to issue a public apology if those words were intended to be despective and offensive .

Adrien Broner is hereby suspended from participating in any WBC sanctioned Championship and will be excluded from the WBC Ratings until the time he makes a public apology satisfactorily to the public of the world .

Boxing is a great sport , it is a world sport and boxers are honorable and exemplary members of the community . FairPlay and human equality must always be upheld.

If you missed Broner’s comments, watch them below.


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