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Topic - Marcus Browne
"I'm just hoping I can give people a little good news if I win," Browne said. "It's been rough, but I've had to focus on taking care of my business. There's always going to be distractions as a fighter. You've got to be a professional, because that's what it's about now."
"I was definitely flattered when I heard from (Haymon), but I didn't want to jump into anything," said Browne, who plans to fight as a light heavyweight after debuting at 180 pounds Friday. "I got excited when I heard we were all going to have our debuts on the same night. It's great to keep that teamwork and togetherness for a little longer."