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 Last update:  10/5/2012       Read more by Boxing Clever         
   
Khan vs. Molina is Heading To The LA Sports Arena
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Amir "King" Khan's next fight on December 15th, against undefeated Carlos Molina, has been officially announced to take place at the Los Angeles Sports Arena in Los Angeles, California. The fight will be televised live on SHOWTIME in the United States and live on Sky Sports 1HD in the United Kingdom at 1:00 a.m. GMT on December 16.

Khan recently announced Virgil Hunter as his new head trainer. The highly respected coach, who was last year voted as Trainer of the Year by the Boxing Writers Association of America, will prepare Khan for his upcoming bout against the 26-year-old Molina, who has a record of 18 fights with 17 wins (7 KO’s) and one draw.

Hunter has successfully guided the career of a number of fighters, including super-middleweight star Andre Ward, and will train Khan out of his gym in Hayward, California for the Molina clash.

Khan is thrilled by the appointment of Hunter, and is looking forward to stepping back in the ring against a live opponent in Molina.

Tags: Amir Khan , Carlos Molina , Khan-Molina , Khan vs. Molina



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comment by Weebler I, on 10-06-2012
[QUOTE=FlatLine]Finally Khan takes what should be an easier fight.. he's been fighting tough opposition for years now back to back and after a KO loss like that the right thing for any fighter to do is take it a little easier on themselves in the comeback. The worrying sign in the Khan-Brook ...

comment by heihaci, on 10-06-2012
[QUOTE=EDD1]I dont think it will be easy, Molina is well schooled and in good shape, comes from a big boxing family and you can bet he will pick up for this oportunity,,,, at this point everyone will be looking to make Kahn their stepping stone.........[/QUOTE] good point and Molina is undefeated

comment by 4Corners, on 10-06-2012
Who's going to be on the card with him???

comment by EDD1, on 10-06-2012
[QUOTE=FlatLine]Finally Khan takes what should be an easier fight.. he's been fighting tough opposition for years now back to back and after a KO loss like that the right thing for any fighter to do is take it a little easier on themselves in the comeback. The worrying sign in the Khan-Brook ...

comment by FlatLine, on 10-06-2012
Finally Khan takes what should be an easier fight.. he's been fighting tough opposition for years now back to back and after a KO loss like that the right thing for any fighter to do is take it a little easier on themselves in the comeback. The worrying sign in the Khan-Brook interview is tha...

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