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Molina's explosive right ends the night for Williams

By John J. Raspanti, Doghouse Boxing

ESPN’s Friday Night Fights opened up their 2013 schedule at the Pueblo Pavilion in Sante Fe, Mexico with a crossroads battle between lightweights John Molina Jr. (25-2, 20 KOs) and Dannie Williams (22-3, 18 KOs). Molina ended things dramatically when his powerful right landed on the temple of Williams in round four.

The time 2:16.
In round one, Molina, 30, tried to jab. Williams, shorter by a good three inches, connected with his own jab. Molina, who was stopped in a championship bid in his last outing by Antonio DeMarco, landed a good right at the bell.
Molina pressed Williams in round two. Williams, 28, landed a hard right in the middle of the round. That same punched landed two more times during the three minutes. Molina connected with a one two that backed up Williams.
Williams came out throwing lead right hands in the third round. After an accidental head butt, Molina landed a hard left hook that buckled the knees of Williams.
In round four, Williams tried to box and stay away. He connected with a combination. Molina moved forward with confidence. As Williams backed to the ropes, Molina threw a light jab followed by a thudding right that landed on the left temple of Williams sending the St. Louis native sprawling to the canvas.
Williams attempted to beat the fatal 10 count , but failed.
I went out and landed the right hand,” said Molina after the fight. “I feel real good with my new trainer Robert Garcia.”

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