Adrien Broner’s New Instagram Demons and Cry for Help
By Robert Brizel, Head Real Combat Media Boxing Correspondent
Miami, FL (May 18th, 2019)– As if his legal troubles with the law are not enough, controversial ex-champion Adrien Broner’s trash talk often offends others. However, yesterday’s Broner’s Instagram chatter was even more wilder than Deontay Wilder’s ranting and raving. It is a cry for help.
In a series of Instagram messages which went out over the internet, but which were later deleted, Broner, wreaking of his sinking into a state of self-depression, perhaps because he has not won a bout since February of 2017, and did not win any of his last three bouts, alluded to the possibility of taking his life in the near future. “ I don’t want to live no more,” states Broner.
Such erratic statements are indicative of the fact Broner’s personality-and flamboyant emotional state may be going up and down, and he may need serious emotional help and support by a qualified trained educated professional who could help him to work through his internal conflicts. Broner is perhaps the most misunderstood boxer since Mike Tyson. The verdict is out. Broner cannot resolve his personal emotional difficulties on his own. Broner’s erratic statements are a true cry for help, and he needs to be addressed now.
It gets worse. “Demons (are) taking over me,” Broner stated further. Whether these are actual demons he visualizes or perceives, or whether the demons statement refers to his own difficulties in understanding himself which has pushed him to the precipice of life, Broner needs to get help as soon as possible to work through his internal disorder issue. All signs point to Broner’s greatest dangerous faced as being himself at this point.
“I want to kill or be killed.” This third remark on Instagram by Broner, however controversial, could refer to his perceptions of his opponents inside the ring. It could also refer to his dislike of his enemies, other individuals, or an internal emotional disturbance Broner is unable to control which has manifested itself, which could put Broner-by his own words in an emotional unstable situation with others or even with himself. Such inconsistent statements and behavior from Broner, where are both verbal and online, are indicative of an individual who is crying out for help. Since Broner’s hype and trash talk sells a wonder of tickets, ESPN, Showtime, Fox and DAZN are among those networks who will still put Broner online in main events later in 2019. That is ‘The Cure’ (as Broner is called) because it sells tickets and pay-per-view and pay-for streaming service. The ‘solution’ is for Broner’s friends and entourage to address his issues before it is too late.
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