Often times, fans only get a chance to see the persona of a fighter that's on display during the brief moments immediately before and after a fight. Some are serious and humble, others are brash and arrogant, but they all lead a life that's relatively unknown when the lights and the cameras are turned off. Undefeated former super featherweight champion Adrien Broner is one such fighter. Although some have described him as flashy and flamboyant, there's a side of Broner that few rarely get to see.
Working with the Dragonfly Foundation, Adrien Broner has the opportunity to bring comfort and joy to children and young adults who have cancer and other blood-based illnesses. Recently, with the help of John Burns and Ria Davidson, Broner spent time at Cincinnati Children's Hospital, talking, signing autographs, and playing XBOX Kinect Boxing and Bowling with children who are going through a more important fight outside of the ring.
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