Saturday, 15 December 2012

Amir Khan vs carlos molina

Boxer
 Amir Iqbal Khan is a British professional boxer. He is a former two-time world champion and former unified WBA and IBF Light Welterweight champion
Born: December 8, 1986 (age 26), Boltan
Height: 1.76 m
weight: 63 kg
partner:Faryal Makhdoom
Siblings: Hroon khan, Mariyah khan, Tabinda khan
Nationality: English, Pakistani, British
  
Personal life
 Khan was born and raised in Bolton, England, in a British Pakistani family. His family originated from Matore, Kahuta in Rawalpindi, a village in Punjab, Pakistan.

Besides English, Khan also speaks Punjabi. He was educated at Smithills School in Bolton, and Bolton Community College. Khan has two sisters and one brother, Haroon Khan, who is an amateur boxer and has represented Pakistan at an international level. His first cousin is the English cricketer Sajid Mahmood.

Khan is a practising Muslim, and is an active supporter of the Muslim Writer's Awards. In addition to boxing, he enjoys playing sports such as cricket, football and basketball. He is also a fan of his local football club, Bolton Wanderers, and uses the club's training facilities.

Additionally, Khan is involved in various philanthropic initiatives, including the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC), National Literacy Trust, and Great Ormond Street Hospital.

On 29 January 2012, Khan got engaged to New York student Faryal Makhdoom, at the Reebok Stadium. A thousand friends and family were in attendance, including Ricky Hatton the couple are set to marry May 2013 at Astoria Waldorf Hotel.




Amateur career
    Khan began to box competitively at the age of 11, with early honours including three English school titles, three junior ABA titles, and gold at the 2003 Junior Olympics. In early 2004 he won a gold medal at the European Student Championships in Lithuania, and in South Korea several months later he won world junior lightweight title after fighting five times in seven days. One of his notable early amateur fights was against Victor Ortíz, whom he defeated in a second round stoppage.
Khan qualified for the 2004 Summer Olympics by finishing in first place at the 1st AIBA European 2004 Olympic Qualifying Tournament in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. He was Britain's sole representative in boxing at the Athens Games, winning a silver medal at the age of 17 in the lightweight boxing category. He was Britain's youngest Olympic boxer since Colin Jones in 1976. He lost in the final to Mario Kindelan, the Cuban who had also beaten him several months earlier in the pre-Olympic match-ups in Greece. In 2005 he avenged the two losses by beating the 34-year-old Kindelan in his last amateur fight.

    2003 – Won a gold medal at the AAU Junior Olympic Games.
    2004 – Won a gold medal at the European Student Championships and the World Junior Championships.
    2004 – Won the Strandja Cup to qualify for the Olympics in Athens
    2004 – Won an amateur match against Victor Ortíz, who was stopped in the second round.
    2004 – Won a silver medal at the Olympics, beating Marios Kaperonis, Dimitar Stilianov, Jong Sub Baik   and Serik  Yeleuov. He lost to Mario Kindelan in the final.
    2005 – Beat Craig Watson on points in the ABA Championships.
    2005 – Won the last match of his amateur career beating Mario Kindelan 19–13 at the Reebok Stadium.


 Carlos Amado Molina


Statistics  
Real name     Carlos Amado Molina
Nickname(s)     King
Rated at     Light Middleweight
                           Welterweight
Height     5 ft 10 in (180 cm)
Reach     72 in (183 cm)
Nationality     Mexico Mexican
Born     October 15, 1982 (age 30)
Pátzcuaro, Michoacán, Mexico
Stance     Orthodox


Boxing record
Total fights     27
Wins     20
Wins by KO     6
Losses     5
Draws     2


                                                                                             
Khan                                 vs                                  Molina                                                          
Amir Khan                                                                     Carlos olina
5' 10"                                                                              
5 '6"
140                                                                                  135
December 18, 1986                                                      November 18, 1985                                                                              
25                                                                                   27
Bolton, England                                                              
Los Angeles, CA
Bolton, England                                                               Norwalk, CA                                                       
orthodox                                                                        
Orthodox
Won 26 / Lost 3 / Drawn 0 / KO's 18                                 Won 17 / Lost 0 / Drawn 1 / KO's 7
Junior Welterweight                                                         Lightweight

Khan stops Molina in 10th, captures WBC Silver 140 lb title

Amir khan (27-3, 19 KO’s) came back in style tonight to totally dominate the smaller, slower, weaker lightweight Carlos Molina (17-1, 7 KO’s) in a 10th round stoppage to capture the vacant WBC Silver light welterweight title at the Sports Arena in Los Angeles, California. The fight was halted after the 10th round by the request of Molina’s corner. Molina was badly beaten up with his left eye badly swollen and his face reddened from all the shots that he’d absorbed in the fight. Referee Jack Reiss had been carefully monitoring the situation from the 7th round due to the complete one-sidedness of the fight. 

 

Khan did show a lot more movement and defense than he had in the past, but he still was hit a lot early in the fight due to his tendency to throw a lot of flurries. It’s hard to say what would have happened if he was fighting a guy his height and reach and with power. He was hit pretty easy and if he was put on pressure, which the little 5’6″ Molina was too short to do, it’s hard to say what would have happened.
After the fight Khan said “If I was fighting Dany here tonight I would have knocked him out. He got lucky. He caught me with a good shot. I’m ready to fight Danny Garcia anytime any place.”
In another interview, however, Khan was talking about not fighting Garcia next, saying he’ll fight whoever his promoters want him to and that they have other big fights ahead of him. He wasn’t mentioning Garcia at all during that interview.

 

    







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