Broner Bounces Back With Decision Over Molina
By Rick Reeno
MGM Grand, Las Vegas - Former three division champion Adrien Broner (28-1, 22KOs) returned for the first time since suffering his first career loss last December to Marcos Maidana, and won a ten round unanimous decision over Carlos Molina (17-2-1, 7KOs) in a junior welterweight clash to capture the WBA International title. The scores were 99-91, 98-92, 100-90.
Molina was active in the early rounds, as promised, and landed some good shots to the head and body. Molina was getting off pretty good in the third, but it was Broner who started to land the harder punches in the fourth and was doing so quite often. Broner basically took over the fight and outlanded, outpunched Molina for most of the remaining rounds.
[QUOTE=richardt;14507643]Once again, Broner proves he is a racist. So far he has made Wet-back references, Burrito eating dude references, and then one of the comments he made was that Mexican's were limited, and now this. Any statement that demeans a…Comment by darius45 on 05-04-2014
I cringe every time Broner opens his mouth for an interview. He tries to market himself as some offensive big mouth idiot that's so high on himself he doesn't need to give his opponents any respect because he's such an…Comment by richardt on 05-04-2014
Once again, Broner proves he is a racist. So far he has made Wet-back references, Burrito eating dude references, and then one of the comments he made was that Mexican's were limited, and now this. Any statement that demeans a…Comment by nacho daddy on 05-04-2014
[QUOTE=low_Bo;14501667]He deserves a 2.5 million dollar fine and life-time ban from the sport.[/QUOTE] now broner can buy an NBA teamComment by nacho daddy on 05-04-2014
[QUOTE=blacksocks;14502275]Broner is trying hard to be like Floyd but fails miserably. No comparison.[/QUOTE] not really both of them are despicablePost a Comment/View More User Comments (61)