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The official weigh-ins for Golden Boy's stacked Saturday of boxing on CBS and Showtime were held on Friday afternoon. On CBS, Leo Santa Cruz headlines, and defends his title against Alberto Guevara, while USA Olympian Joseph Diaz makes his debut. Later on Showtime, Amir Khan returns to action and meets the undefeated Carlos Molina as he seeks to climb back up the rankings. There's also a whole load of additional undercard fights. Check out the official Santa Cruz vs. Guevera and Khan vs. Molina weigh-in results and photos right here.
Khan vs. Molina Weights on Showtime
Amir Khan: 139.75 lbs
Carlos Molina: 139.75 lbs
Leo Santa Cruz: 117.75 lbs
Alberto Guevera: 117.5 lbs
Joseph Diaz: 122 lbs
Vicente Alfaro: 122.5 lbs
Deontay Wilder: 223.5 lbs
Kelvin Price: 240 lbs
Alfredo Angulo: 154.5 lbs
Jorge Silva: 156 lbs
As you can see, it really is a loaded day of boxing action from Golden Boy, airing across three network...
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Today in Los Angeles in what could be the biggest press conference we have ever attended (as well as the longest) Golden Boy Promotions held the final press conference between Amir Khan and Carlos Molina, ahead of the huge day of boxing that will take place this Saturday. Before Khan and Molina go face to [...]
By Mick Akers The pressure is on former unified 140-pound champ Amir Khan heading into his fight with Carlos Molina this weekend. Instead of letting the pressure effect him in a negative way, Khan is using the pressure to train harder to give his best effort in the ring Saturday night. Khan has found himself [...]
British superstar and former Unified Super Lightweight World Champion Amir "King" Khan punctuated a sensational day-night boxing marathon presented by Golden Boy Promotions and SHOWTIME Sports® by winning a dominant 10th round TKO over gallant but out-gunned Carlos Molina Saturday on SHOWTIME® from The Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena. Right here, take a look at the...
Golden Boy Promotions hosted the final press conference Wednesday for the unprecedented day-night boxing doubleheader that will take place this Saturday, Dec. 15, live on CBS Television Network at 4:30 pm, Showtime Extreme at 9pm and Showtime at 10:30 pm from The Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena. Right here, you can view a huge collection of presser photos, quotes and more from...
Even after a more than 30 year career of announcing boxing, Hall of Fame broadcaster Al Bernstein will have a “first” on Saturday, December 15. He’ll do two shows in one day on two different networks.
Al will join Mauro Ranallo and Paulie Malignaggi at ringside for a Showtime Championship Boxing show to air on CBS at 4:30 p.m. EST and then at 9:30 EST they will announce...
(Amir Khan gives Carlos Molina an uppercut; photo: Tom Casino, Showtime)
LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Saturday night at the Los Angeles Sports Arena on Showtime Championship Boxing, Carlos Molina fought like a guy in search of that Cinderella moment, similar to the one Josesito Lopez found in his shock victory against Victor Ortiz in June.
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Khan bloodies Molina (Photo: Tom Casino/Showtime)
Los Angeles – Britain's Amir Khan (27-3, 18KO's) bounced back from two consecutive recent losses to defeat Carlos Molina (17-1-1, 7 KO's) Saturday night via a tenth round technical knockout in a one-sided bout at the Los Angeles Sports Arena. The win earned Khan the vacant WBC Silver Super Lightweight Championship...
The official weigh-ins for Saturday's stacked two-cards of action from CBS and Showtime will be held on Friday afternoon at 5pm Eastern, 2 pm Pacific. Headlining the card on Showtime is Amir Khan vs. Carlos Molina, while Leo Santa Cruz and Olympian Joseph Diaz are featured on CBS, and there is a huge load of additional fights taking place all afternoon and evening. You can watch...
Full Results from Los Angeles: Amir Khan def. Carlos Molina via referee stoppage in end of R10 Alfredo Angulo def. Jorge Silva via UD (97-93, 97-93, 97-93) Deontay Wilder def. Kelvin Price via KO in R3 (0:51) Shawn Porter and Julio Diaz fight to a draw (96-94, 96-94, 95-95) Leo Santa Cruz def. Alberto Guevara [...]
Full weights from Los Angeles: Amir Khan (139.75) vs. Carlos Molina (139.75) Alfredo Angulo (154.5) vs. Jorge Silva (156) Deontay Wilder (223.5) vs. Kelvin Price (240) Leo Santa Cruz (117.75) vs. Alberto Guevara (117.5) Joseph Diaz (122) vs. Vicente Alfaro (122.5)
Amir Khan now realizes he was too exciting for his own good.
A boxer can only survive so many heedless brawls before his record and his health begin that inexorable decline toward retirement. Khan (26-3, 18 KOs) felt himself teetering on that downslope last July when the British 140-pound champion lost his belts to Danny Garcia in a dramatic stoppage.
''It's in my blood...