"When he reached out to us telling us what he wanted to do, I knew then that he was willing to change some of the things to get back to where he was when he first started this hell of a run that he had. Hopefully, he keeps that type of hunger. Like I said, he's still a work in progress with some of the things outside of the ring...he's young and it can be fixed...he put the work in. We've been in camp for about 2 months," stated world-class trainer Barry Hunter, who talked about some of the changes he's personally seen in three-division world champion Adrien Broner while helping him get ready for anticipated return to the ring on the May 3 undercard of Mayweather vs. Maidana. Check it out!