Lightweight fringe contenders Mercito Gesta and Carlos Molina fought to a split draw in their 10-round main event of a “Golden Boy Live!” card on Thursday at Fantasy Springs Casino in Indio, California. Scores for the spirited fight were 98-92 (for Molina), 96-94 (for Gesta) and 95-95.
Lightweight up-and-comers Carlos Molina and Mercito Gesta predict a special night of boxing on April 30, just two days from Mayweather-Pacquiao, when they face each other in the main event of a Fox Sports 1-televised show at Fantasy Springs Casino in Indio, California.
Junior welterweight contenders Mercito Gesta and Carlos Molina working out ahead of their 10-round fight in Indio, Calif., on April 30, to be broadcast on Fox Sports 1.
Winning a major title doesn’t exactly mean doors of opportunity automatically open for you. Cornelius Bundrage discovered this after winning the IBF 154-pound belt on Saturday.
At age 41, Cornelius Bundrage again became a major junior middleweight titlist when he defeated Carlos Molina on Saturday. RingTV.com caught up with him to get his thoughts on the win.
Cornelius Bundrage dropped Carlos Molina in the first and 10th rounds and overcame an eighth-round point deduction in a dominant IBF junior middleweight-title regaining performance at the Oasis Hotel Complex in Cancun, Mexico on Saturday.
IBF junior middleweight titlist Carlos Molina has been through the legal wringer in 2014 but his family has stood by him through thick and thin. That support will be integral when Molina defends against Cornelius Bundrage on Nov. 11.
Despite now residing and training in Mexico, IBF junior middleweight titlist Carlos Molina is more than ready to fend off the challenge of former titlist Cornelius Bundrage.
When his challenge of IBF junior middleweight titlist Carlos Molina was scratched due to Molina’s legal issues, Jermall Charlo was disappointed but took it in stride. Thursday night, he faces Norberto Gonzalez.
In Lem Satterfield’s latest notebook, we find out who’s next on IBF junior middleweight titlist Carlos Molina’s hit list, should he successfully defend his strap against Cornelius Bundrage.
Carlos Molina said he will be fighting for his life when he defends his IBF junior middleweight belt against mandatory challenger Cornelius Bundrage likely on Sept. 6 in Cancun, Mexico.
The promoters of IBF junior middleweight titleholder Carlos Molina and mandatory challenger Cornelius Bundrage have come to terms for the two to meet on September 6 in Mexico.
The IBF has ordered a June 24 purse bid for junior middleweight titleholder Carlos Molina and mandatory challenger Cornelius Bundrage, whose sides could not come to an agreement through negotiations by the organization’s deadline, which was Monday.
The IBF has denied a request by junior middleweight titleholder Carlo Molina to face unbeaten Jermall Charlo, instead ordering Molina to face mandatory challenger Cornelius Bundrage by no later than late September.