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Photos: Brandon Rios, Carlos Molina Win Big in Carson

Home Depot Center, Carson, California - WBA lightweight champion Brandon Rios (28-0-1, 20 KOs) stopped Urbano Antillon (28-3, 20 KOs) in the third round of an all-out war. Antillon was dropped twice in the third before the fight was waved off at 2:49 in the round. Photos by Tom Casino/Showtime, Chris Farina/Top Rank and Bryan Crowe.

In the junior middleweight co-feature, Carlos Molina (19-4-2, 6 KOs) won an easy ten round unanimous decision over former IBF welterweight champion Kermit Cintron (32-4-1, 28 KOs). All three judges scored it 98-92 for Molina.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by New England on 07-12-2011

cintron will undoubtedly be remembered for his knockout losses to margarito and martinez (martinez knocked him out with a straight left hand on the chin. the ref counted him out and waved the fight off... and then after 3 plus…

Comment by El.Naranjito707 on 07-10-2011

Rios is a beast. Kermit the frog is a joke.

Comment by ADozenArrows on 07-10-2011

[QUOTE=MuckMuck;10816920]Brandon has the best jab in boxing today.[/QUOTE] Not sure what you're watching. Screw Antillon for purposefully throwing 2 low blows in the 3rd round when he knew he was in major trouble. I'm surprised Rios showed good sportsmanship and…

Comment by ernestot on 07-10-2011

brandon rios was very impressive just like i thought it would end.rios is becoming the face of mexican boxing

Comment by MuckMuck on 07-10-2011

Brandon has the best jab in boxing today.

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