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Eric Molina: I Will Shock The World With Arreola Upset

By Ryan Burton

BoxingScene.com recently caught up with heavyweight prospect Eric Molina who takes on Chris Arreola tomorrow in Corpus Christi, Texas. This will be the biggest fight of Molina's career.

Molina has been training with former world heavyweight champion Oliver McCall for what amounts to an opportunity of a life time for the native Texan. Molina acknowledges he is a big underdog but feels ready to shock the world. 

"This fight is huge. We have trained hard to pull off a big upset. A win over Arreola would definitely shock the world and that is exactly what we plan on doing," Molina told Boxingscene.com.

Molina has reeled off 18 straight victories since losing his first professional debut. Molina is promoted by Don King Productions.

Arreola-Molina, which is a rare battle between Mexican-American heavyweights, takes place on the undercard of the Paul Williams-Noshuro Ishida, Tavoris Cloud-Gabriel Campillo Showtime televised doubleheader.   Arreola-Molina will be televised by Showtime's SHO Extreme network.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Freedom. on 02-17-2012

Molina won't beat Arreola.

Comment by Deeznuts on 02-17-2012

Beating Arreola a shock? Na.....

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