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John Molina-Sharif Bogere is Close For May 13 Clash

By Ryan Burton

BoxingScene.com has been advised that a lightweight clash between prospects John Molina Jr. (21-1) and Sharif Bogere (19-0) is close to being finalized for May 13th. The fight will be televised by Showtime on their ShoBox series.

Molina last appeared in the ring last July when he knocked out the then undefeated Hank Lundy.  Molina was down on the scorecards when he was able to come from behind and score the late knockout.

Bogere  has been a lot more active than Molina and followed up a 5-0 2010 with a victory over Shamir Reyes last week. 

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by mexirican on 03-11-2011

if u can box, n have a good jab u beat molina..he is eazy to hit

Comment by gingerbreadman on 03-10-2011

Hope and think Bogere wins. Boxing needs a few more showmen and this guy looks to potentially have the skill set to go with it.

Comment by actionjackson on 03-10-2011

Molina made me a fan against Hank Lundy. Guy has true heart and gritt. Just wished he stayed more active. A war with Rios would be awsome to see in the future.

Comment by Eaner0919 on 03-10-2011

[quote=mrpain81;10214291][I]Wouldn't mind seeing Molina fight Gesta.[/I][/quote] Gesta's side offered Molina's side said no

Comment by tyger on 03-10-2011

Interesting match. Bogere is a character, entering the ring in a cage and wearing a lions head. Don't know if he is ready for Molina but we'll see(hopefully).

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