Boxing Odds –Molina vs. Bundrage October 11 for IBF Light  Middleweight Title

Carlos “King” Molina is reigning supreme as IBF world light middleweight champion and riding a three bout winning streak after suffering a defeat for the WBC continental Americas light middleweight title against James Kirkland. Cornelius “K9” Bundrage is coming off a bounceback win that followed his MD loss to Ishe Smith for the IBF World light middleweight title. Carlos “King” Molina will face Cornelius “K9” Bundrage for the IBF Light Middleweight title on October 11 at the Oasis Hotel Complex, Cancun, Quintana Roo, Mexico. Molina opened as a -350 favorite with the Boxing odds while Bundrage opened as a +265 dog. The bout had an over under of 9.5 rounds at -555 over and +325 under.

Cornelius Bundrage

The 41 year old Cornelius “K9” Bundrage stands at five feet, six inches tall with a reach of 72 inches and fights from an orthodox stance. Bundrage is a native of Detroit, Michigan where he still resides. Bundrage is the fourth ranked light middleweight in the United States and is ranked sixth in the world. Bundrage has a career record of 33 wins, 5 losses, and 0 draws. Out of his 33 wins a total of 19 have come by knockout while two out of his five career losses have come by knockout. Bundrage is coming off a 12 round unanimous decision win over Joey Hernandez on January 24, 2014 in a bout that took place at Fantasy Springs Casino, Indio, California, USA.

Carlos Molina

The 31 year old Carlos “King” Molina stands at five feet, nine inches tall with a reach of 70 inches and an orthodox stance. Molina is a native of Mexico and now resides in Chicago, IL, USA. Molina has a career record of 22 wins, five losses, and two draws with six knockout wins for his career. Molina has never suffered a knockout loss. Molina is coming off a 12 round split decision win over Ishe Smith for the IBF world light middleweight title in a bout that took place on September 14, 2013 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas which followed his 12 round unanimous decision win over Cory Spinks.

The Pick

Molina is in good form for this one and we’ll side with him to remain “King.”

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COMMENTS

-Radam G :

Molina no longer resides in Chicago. He has been disported to Mexico. Holla!


-The Commish :

Molina no longer resides in Chicago. He has been disported to Mexico. Holla!
Correct. Molina had to leave the "Windy City," as well as the USA, when he was caught for failing to register as a sex offender after having consensual relations with an underage girl. In this case, women don't just weaken legs, they weaken a boxer's career. Molina found himself in lockup for a short while, then was told by U.S. authorities to hit the road Jack anhd dontcha' come back no more no more. So, the man named Carlos Molina, who came to the United States in search of a career in professional boxing, found his dream but coould not live it in his adopted country. Now he must hold onto the title, otherwise he has no relevance as a slick, hard-to-hit contender. He should have little problem with the aging, not-what-he-once-was Cornelius Bundrage. K-9 will take the fight right to Molina, but the champ will have little trouble dealing with Bundrage's rushes and his telegraphed power shots. He'll treat K-9 like a bad dog and punish him over and over until he tames him. Molina by unanimous decision. -Randy G.


-Radam G :

Correct. Molina had to leave the "Windy City," as well as the USA, when he was caught for failing to register as a sex offender after having consensual relations with an underage girl. In this case, women don't just weaken legs, they weaken a boxer's career. Molina found himself in lockup for a short while, then was told by U.S. authorities to hit the road Jack anhd dontcha' come back no more no more. So, the man named Carlos Molina, who came to the United States in search of a career in professional boxing, found his dream but coould not live it in his adopted country. Now he must hold onto the title, otherwise he has no relevance as a slick, hard-to-hit contender. He should have little problem with the aging, not-what-he-once-was Cornelius Bundrage. K-9 will take the fight right to Molina, but the champ will have little trouble dealing with Bundrage's rushes and his telegraphed power shots. He'll treat K-9 like a bad dog and punish him over and over until he tames him. Molina by unanimous decision. -Randy G.
I agree that Molina beat the rest of the bite and bark outta K-9. I told you that breaking out in songs like my boy Teddy Atlas was now contagious. Hehehe! "Hit the road, JACK...."
->http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0rEsVp5tiDQ. Holla!


-Kid Blast :

Watching Molina fight gives torture a new name.


-brownsugar :

Since I despise watching either Molina or Bundrage fight I had planned to pass on this article entirely since I had nothing good to say about either fighter. But since the punch has already been thrown ....let me say that I'd rather watch a Miguel Vasquez and John Ruiz marathon than watch either of these guys fight. Toss Richard Abrill, Ishe Smith and Fres Oquendo in there too if you like. Regardless who wins neither can compete with the growing pool of talent at 154 who will be taking full control of the division within a years time. Until then I'll pass.


-Kid Blast :

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