Recently pound for pound boxing star Errol Spence said he doesn’t like Broner as either a person or a fighter and now Broner has had a chance to reply.

It appears the whole thing was a hoax from Spence despite the fact he seemed to be quite serious at the time.

Speaking to EsNews, Broner said:

“F*** Errol (laughs). Nah (he wasn’t being serious).”

He added:

“Hell no. He’s my brother.”

Broner and Spence are on the same team at Premier Boxing Champions and are both with adviser Al Haymon so it didn’t make a whole bunch of sense at the time to be fair.

Broner has Manny Pacquiao to worry about on a serious note over the next eight weeks in training camp — as he bids to get back down to the welterweight limit of 147lbs.

No Christmas turkey for Adrien Broner this holidays as he’s promised boxing fans to take things serious with his boxing career once again ahead of the first pay per view fight of his career on January 19th.