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Goossen Hopes To Continue Pact With John Molina

By Robert Morales

Lightweight contender John Molina (27-3, 22KOs) recently signed with big-time adviser Al Haymon. Right after, he did a Q & A with BoxingScene.com and he was asked if signing with Haymon meant he would not be re-signing with promoter Goossen.

Molina basically said that he will worry about that when the time comes.

According to Goossen, that time will be in about five months. Goossen said he is hopeful Molina will sign another contract with him. Goossen, who said he is working on Molina's next fight, has been able to get Molina one title fight.

That was Antonio DeMarco, who stopped Molina in the first round in September 2012 in Oakland, Calif.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by bose on 02-28-2014

Sadly its the era of few fights a year for a fighter. Today 3 fights is a lot in a year. This is one reason fighters are not developing like they have in the past. Molina win of Bey (i…

Comment by jcamarena79 on 02-28-2014

Molina needs to think about this real good. Goossen Tutor just isn't keeping him busy enough. Fighting 1 or 2 times a year just isn't cutting it, he needs to fight at least 3 times a year. Give it a…

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