Carlos ‘King’ Molina chasing route to WBC title shot
Former world champion, Carlos “King” Molina, wants an opportunity to contest the WBC super welterweight championship.
He needs a victory this weekend so he can climb up the WBC rankings. Carlos will have a tough test against Colombian, Agustin Feria, at the Domo CARE in Nuevo Leon.
Molina, born in Michoacán but having most of his fights in the US, has a record of 26 victories with 7 KO´s, 6 loses and 2 draws. Feria, from Colombia, possess a record of 20 victories with 13 KO´s and 2 losses.
Carlos is training now in Mexico City, he stated: “ I am aware that a victory would help me in my aspirations to have a title bout. For this Camp, I was lucky to have by my side to my wife and my son.That motivates me lots. They are my main inspiration, and it is because of them that I train harder every day.
“It will be a tough fight as Feria has punching power. We’re had the chance of studying him and I now know that of I am capable of imposing my will. I am going to win. I am convinced of my victory. In spite of a tough fight. I know soon I will have a title shot.”
Editor’s note: Julius Williams recently pulled out of the WBC 154 Tournament and Molina may have a chance of being drafted in to face Vanes Martirosyan in a semi-final bout if victorious against Feria.