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Adrien Broner plans June 20 return in Cincinnati

Adrien Broner already has plans for his next fight following tonight's win over John Molina.

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Scott Christ is the managing editor of Bad Left Hook and has been covering boxing for SB Nation since 2006.

Adrien Broner spoke on NBC Sports with commentator Kenny Rice following tonight's PBC on NBC fights, telling the world that he planned to be back "for sure" on June 20 in Cincinnati. An opponent was understandably not named.

"I can't relax too much because I'll be right back fighting in June. June 20th in Cincinnati, Ohio," Broner told Rice.

Broner (30-1, 22 KO) won a wide but not terribly impressive decision over John Molina on the PBC on NBC premiere tonight, and did his best to sound calm and professional in his interview.

"He's a great fighter," Broner said of Molina (27-6, 22 KO). "World class fighter. I just had to stay focused and do what I had to do to get my victory tonight."

He added, "I knew he would be there. I knew he was gonna be tough, I knew he was gonna be rough and try to make it a dogfight, but it didn't matter what he brought to the table, I was ready for it."

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