John Molina Jr. talks about his upcoming fight against Humberto Soto
Aug 30 2014 12:00 AM
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Super Lightweight Contender John Molina (27-4-0, 22 KO's) will be facing Humberto Soto (64-8-2, 35 KO's) September 13 at MGM Grand in Las Vegas, as part of Mayhem: Mayweather vs. Maidana 2.

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Radam G says:

Dang! J-Mo Jr virtually started off with tsAH bulljive worshiping and ended with it. Wow! These pugs got some bad tsAH fever. They praising him like he's a rock star.

I wonder if he has a “Neverland.” And do the boksingeros have sleep overs with him.

We might be waiting for some lying-bytch pug to pick tsAH's pockets by making up false jive that the public-shy dude did the molest thang [$¡¢] on him.

Optical illusions are everywhere waiting to rear their heads in the “theatre of the unexpected.” Holla!

The Shadow says:

[QUOTE=Radam G;62292]Dang! J-Mo Jr virtually started off with tsAH bulljive worshiping and ended with it. Wow! These pugs got some bad tsAH fever. They praising him like he's a rock star.

I wonder if he has a “Neverland.” And do the boksingeros have sleep overs with him.

We might be waiting for some lying-bytch pug to pick tsAH's pockets by making up false jive that the public-shy dude did the molest thang [$¡¢] on him.

Optical illusions are everywhere waiting to rear their heads in the “theatre of the unexpected.” Holla![/QUOTE]

LOL, that's funny! That would be some sick ish, wouldn't it? Him taking over all talent, befriending them for the sole purpose of unscrupulous behavior of these fit, fragile-minded men.

Haha but all kidding aside, you know he knows who his lord and savior is — and it ain't JC!

It's that A-to-the-H.

Besides the extra cash, I really wonder what kind of Jedi mind stuff he says to these guys.

He does consider his fighters kids but come on. He's got a 100 pickneys now? Who is this dude, Oprah?! How in the world does he find time for them?

That said, I know of one Haymon guy — an up-and-coming guy most people don't even know exists — who's never met him. They just get that allowance, baby!

All praise be to Al.H.

oubobcat says:

Of all the fights on this card, including Mayweather-Maidana II, this is the one I am most looking forward to believe it or not. And its not even part of the PPV broadcast but on Showtime as part of the pre-fight show.

I like Molina in this fight but there are going to be plenty of fun exchanges. Between the two, I think Molina is less shopworn than Soto and has just a little better overall boxing skills. Plus he is the bigger puncher. Soto will have his moments and this will be fun while it lasts but I see Molina getting a win to keep his name relevant at 140.

deepwater2 says:

[QUOTE=oubobcat;62314]Of all the fights on this card, including Mayweather-Maidana II, this is the one I am most looking forward to believe it or not. And its not even part of the PPV broadcast but on Showtime as part of the pre-fight show.

I like Molina in this fight but there are going to be plenty of fun exchanges. Between the two, I think Molina is less shopworn than Soto and has just a little better overall boxing skills. Plus he is the bigger puncher. Soto will have his moments and this will be fun while it lasts but I see Molina getting a win to keep his name relevant at 140.[/QUOTE]

Right on. Both of these boxers have never heard of a word called defense. I have a feeling both guys will have 40% connect rate or better.