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 Last update:  11/13/2012       Read more by Rick Reeno         
   
Team Molina Bringing Out a Stretcher For Amir Khan
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By Rick Reeno

Frank Espinoza, the manager of undefeated Carlos Molina, was surprised to read a recent interview on BoxingScene.com, where former champion Amir Khan (26-3, 18KOs) was discussing a potential fight with Kell Brook in 2013. Molina (17-0-1, 7KOs) takes a major step by fighting Khan on December 15 at the LA Sports Arena in Los Angeles, California.

Molina is a heavy underdog in the Showtime televised main event, but Espinoza is confident that his boxer will hand Khan his third consecutive loss. Khan admits that a third consecutive defeat would make him consider the possibility retirement. The British superstar views this contest as a "must-win" situation for his career.

"Lamont Peterson softened him up, Danny Garcia knocked him out, and Carlos Molina will retire him. If he thinks Danny Garcia knocked him out, wait until Carlos Molina knocks him out. When we come to the ring, we are bringing out a stretcher because we want Amir to be comfortable when they take him to the back," Eszpinoza told BoxingScene.com.

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


 

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comment by samouraï, on 11-13-2012
[QUOTE=DTanc]No clue about Khan-Hunter relationship but I do remember that even after Khan fired Ariza, Ariza said Khan was the hardest worker out of all the guys he'd worked with including Manny. So while Khan comes of like a diva outside the ring sometimes I get the impression he's easy to wor...

comment by rckdees, on 11-13-2012
molina may not have much of a chance, but his cheering section's going to increase by 200% come december15

comment by DTanc, on 11-13-2012
No clue about Khan-Hunter relationship but I do remember that even after Khan fired Ariza, Ariza said Khan was the hardest worker out of all the guys he'd worked with including Manny. So while Khan comes of like a diva outside the ring sometimes I get the impression he's easy to work with in the...

comment by Mr. Philadel, on 11-13-2012
cool.....dude bringing a stretcher to the ring...thats smart!!!...after AK beats the dog ish outta him he can leave the ring in style.....Khan gonna fuk this dude up!!!

comment by samouraï, on 11-13-2012
Any word on how the Khan-Hunter relationship is even going? I picture Khan being one of the most frustrating kinds of guys to work with. He's got a big head and he's not very bright.

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