junior middleweight prospect OSCAR MOLINA returns to action tomorrow, Saturday, December 6th in a scheduled six round clash with ADRIAN TORRES at the Arena Jose Sulaiman in Monterrey, Mexico. Continue reading
SHERMAN OAKS (Jan. 3) – On Friday, December 20, 2013, undefeated 2012 Mexican Olympian Oscar Molina had labrum surgery on his left shoulder performed by Neal S. ElAttrache, M.D. at Kerlan Jobe Surgery Center in Los Angeles, CA.
Molina (8-0, 7 KOs), who has to be considered one of the “top prospects” of the year in 2013 with eight victories, and seven of those wins ending by knockout, will now take the next few months in 2014 to rehabilitate his shoulder in preparing to take his next step-up in the professional ranks upon his return. With co-promoters Goossen Tutor Promotions and Promociones del Pueblo splitting the bouts evenly; four in the U.S. and four in Mexico, Molina has been on a busy schedule with five of his bouts broadcast on Televisa, one on ESPN, and he capped off the year with HBO showing clips of his fight in November on the undercard of the Andre Ward-Edwin Rodriguez bout. Continue reading
SHERMAN OAKS, CA (September 30, 2013) – Oscar Molina (7-0, 6 KOs), who represented Mexico in the 2012 Olympic Games will return on November 16, 2013 at the Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario, California looking for his eighth professional victory as he takes on Carlos “Gallo” Sanchez in a 6-round bout underneath the Andre Ward vs. Edwin Rodriguez WBA World Championship event.
This past Saturday in Toluca Mexico and broadcast on Televisa, Molina scored a spectacular 5th round knockout over a very game Ignacio Miranda (3-10, 2 KOs) that had the sold out arena standing cheering on their feet. Molina is quickly showing the abilities of an up-and-coming serious contender in the Jr Middleweight division. Backed by a great amateur pedigree that included a 2008 Youth World Amateur Boxing Championship Gold medal and Silver in the 2011 Pan American Games, Molina is fast adjusting to the professional style. Continue reading
Sherman Oaks, CA (April 14) – This past Friday, 2012 Mexican Olympian, welterweight Oscar Molina improved his record to (4-0, 3 KO’s) when he went to battle and defeated Spokane, Washington’s Daryl Gardner in a 1st round knockout at Skookum Creek Event Center on ESPN “Friday Night Fights.” Continue reading
March 30 OM 1st RD KO Sherman Oaks, CA (April 1) – This past Saturday, 2012 Mexican Olympian, welterweight Oscar Molina went to battle against Mexico’s Francisco Sahuari in Sinaloa, Mexico and broadcast on Televisa. Molina put an end to the fight by way of knockout in 1:51 of the first round. The heavy fisted Molina’s record improves to (3-0, 2 KOs).
March 30 OM Hands Raised in Victory
On the heals of his latest victory, Molina has now been added to the April 12 ESPN “Friday Night Fights” undercard featuring former world champion Rico “Suavecito” Ramos versus Mexico’s Oscar “Fantasma” Gonzalez.
Molina will fight Spokane, Washington’s Daryl Gardner (1-1, 1 KO) in a scheduled 4-round bout at the Little Creek Casino Resort located in Shelton, Washington. The bouts will take place in the Skookum Creek Event Center. Continue reading
Oscar Molina, one of only two Olympians representing Mexico in the 2012 Games in London, will go for his third straight victory this Saturday, March 30 in Guasave, Sinaloa, Mexico at the Estadio de Beisbol stadium and to be broadcast by Televisa.
Sherman Oaks, CA (March 20) – Tune in tonight to watch NBC’s (Channel 4) sports anchor and commentator Mario Solis as he interviews Olympian twin brothers from Norwalk, CA, Javier Molina (13-1, 5KOs) and the 2008 US Olympian and Oscar Molina (2-0, 1KO), the 2012 Mexican Olympian. Continue reading
Sherman Oaks, Calif. (January 22) – Mexican Olympic boxer Oscar Molina is ready to make his highly anticipated professional debut after suffering a setback that forced him to postpone his first professional bout.
The 23-year old Olympian was originally scheduled to fight alongside twin brother Javier (12-1, 5 KOs) in November, but was halted by a painful cyst in his left shoulder that was hindering the use of his left arm in training. Continue reading
Gary Russell 126.8 lbs. VS. Roberto Castaneda 125 lbs.
2012 Olympians all making their pro debuts ~
Terrell Gausha 164 lbs.
Errol Spence Jr. 149 lbs.
Marcus Browne 175.8 lbs.
Dominic Breazeale 248 lbs.
Rau’Shee Warren 117.6 lbs Continue reading