Khan put his career on hold for 13 months thinking he would get the big pay day. Turns out he wasted 13 moths of everyone's time and his career because he wasn't chosen. Since Khan's career he has been telling anyone who would listen that he had what it takes to beat Mayweather, speed and awesome footwork (I am trying not to smirk). The Mayweather fight was in his damn palm and what happened? Fucking Marcos Maidana, the guy he beats, has his spot.
Broner was considered by many uneducated boxing fans and John Q public that he was the next Floyd Mayweather. Flashy, young and skilled. This guy was the brightest star for boxing's young generation. He had all the tools and persona to Mr. PPV. He had an okay showing with the Magic Man and he even put out a hit rap video (Cshel's favorite download) made a sex tape and even licked a strippers vagina. Broner was the guy that some people loved and others just hated. This bright star was on his way to be the man until he met El mutha fucking Chino. He lost and he took an ass kicking, but he fought back and he even hurt Marcos a few times. He asked for an immediate rematch! He wanted to to take back what was his, prove to the world that it was a fluke and he would test Chino's ass if they met again. Not so fast little brother, big Brother needs a respectable dancing partner and well you will have to wait to get your turn.
Broner is left out in the cold. He has many options to pick from but the Maidana rematch would put him right back on track. Now if Mayweather beats Maidana the rematch will lose its steam and well, even with a Broner win people will say "Mayweather softened him up." Should Broner feel betrayed by Mayweather for taking a fight he wanted or should he chalk it up as "business as usual?" If you were Broner how would you take being asked to step aside?
Fighthype, in your opinion who got the bigger "fuck you"?