Advertisement
Advertisement

John Molina Pickles Williams in Four, Gonzales Wins

Pueblo Pavilion, Santa Fe, New Mexico - In a crossroads lightweight battle, John Molina (25-2, 20KOs) knocked out Dannie Williams (22-3, 18KOs) in four rounds. After controlling most of the action in the first three rounds, a huge fight hand sent Williams crashing to the mat. Williams got up, but he was standing outside of the ropes and had no idea where he was. The fight was stopped at that moment by the referee.

Super middleweight contender Brandon Gonzales (17-0, 10 KOs) won an eight round unanimous decision over Don Mouton (12-5-1, 10 KOs). Gonzales boxed his way to win rounds, but he looked tired near the end and was getting caught with some big punches in the closing seconds of the fight. The scores were 78-75, 77-75, 77-75 for Gonzalez.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by jcamarena79 on 01-12-2013

Molina looked good, a little ring rust at the beginning but eventually got the rythm and managed to land one of his trademark right hands.....love to see him back on track.

Comment by Brainsucker on 01-12-2013

Molina looked almost as good as the n00bz that fought after he did.......I loved the upper-cuts by Montoya........ROFL:boxing:

Comment by .:: JSFD26 ::. on 01-11-2013

Poor Dannie Williams, his career is probably over with already.

Comment by ChestRockwell on 01-11-2013

Molina looked good. He was patient and got his rhythm. Threw a perfect punch, landed on the temple. I can't say I remember seeing anyone stand up on the other side of the ropes like that before.

Comment by TaurusJ27 on 01-11-2013

That was funny with Williams getting up outside of the ring from that k.o. Molina really did a job on him.

Post a Comment/View More User Comments (7)
Top Headlines Photos: Ricky Burns Makes History, Blasts Di Rocco For WBA Belt Bellew vs. Makabu: Sean Dodd Looks To Enter The World Scene Viktor Postol Motivated By Underdog Role Against Crawford Arum: If Mayweather Wants Pacquiao, Let Him Come To Manila Haumono Saw Flaws, Believes He Will Chin Check Joseph Parker Glowacki Hopes To Get Usyk To Poland, Then Wants Lebedev Avanesyan Ends Shane Mosley, Secures Thurman-Porter Shot Vazquez Outpoints Bone, Eyes Future Clash With Adrien Broner Gabe Rosado Not Looking Past Gutierrez To Chavez Jr. Showdown Shane Mosley Jr. Edges Roberto Young With Majority Nod Bermane Stiverne Eager To Step in, Face Deontay Wilder Jonas Sultan Retains His RP Championship With KO in Five Rounds Photos: Verdejo, Diaz Open Workouts Before HUGE Bronx Crowd Roach: Floyd Mayweather Asked Me To Train Conor McGregor Krzysztof Wlodarczyk Beats Down Kai Kurzawa For TKO Win Ricky Burns Becomes Three Division Champion, Stops Di Rocco in 8 Nurse Pounds on Limond For TKO Win, Retains British Title WADA To Meet With AIBA, Shocking Allegations Over Drug Testing Conor Benn Wins In Glasgow, Returns on Joshua-Breazeale McCarthy Beats Jon-Lewis Dickinson, Must Face Askin Next Povetkin Questions Whether Wilder Actually Intended To Fight Him Burns-Di Rocco: Ogogo Wins On Return Mosley: They Said I Was Done, I'm Going To Annihilate Avanesyan! Ricky Burns: I Feel I Definitely Have Another Few Years in Me Donnie Nietes Drops, Punishes and Stops Raul Garcia Photos: Lucian Bute Holds Presser, Maintains His Innocence Cecilia Braekhus is Hoping To Stage Title Defense in Norway DiBella: Haye's Last Bout Hard To Watch, Not in Running For Wilder Avanesyan Tabs Thurman To Beat Porter, Ready For Mosley Weights From Liverpool: Bellew 199.1; Makabu 196.8 Golovkin's Coach: Canelo Would Drill Pacquiao Worse Than Khan! Lara's Trainer: Golovkin Should Want To Test Himself Against Lara Frank Warren: Kell Brook Wanted No Part of Liam Smith Hearn: Ricky Burns' Last Chance To Win Gold, a 50-50 Fight Tony Bellew Smiles: I Was Always a Rebellious Little F***er! Hearn Wants Parker To Get UK Exposure To Build Joshua Bout Video: Shane Mosley Shows Off His Power and Speed at Workout Marquez Injured, Stops Training - But Still Has Eye on Miguel Cotto Barthelemy: I Want To Fight The Likes of Crawford and Broner Dela Torre Injures Right Hand, Admits Improvement is Needed
Advertisement

Latest Active Forum Threads
Advertisement
Advertisement