Las Vegas boxer plans humanitarian trip after fight on Pacquiao-Broner undercard

Two-division world champion boxer Badou Jack discusses the humanitarian work he has planned following his January 19 fight against light heavyweight Marcus Browne.

Fighting on the Pacquiao-Broner undercard January 19 at the MGM in Las Vegas is local boxer Badou Jack.

The two-division world champion faces Olympian Marcus Browne, a southpaw, in a light heavyweight match.

Jack held a media workout Thursday at Mayweather Boxing Club.

That’s where News 3’s Amber Dixon spoke with the native Swede about his fight, his opportunity to ring the siren at a recent Golden Knights game and his humanitarian work with Syrian refugees.

Jack also sent a message to former opponent, Adonis Stevenson.

Stevenson remains hospitalized after his December 2018 fight with Oleksandr Gvozdyk left him in critical condition.

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