The expected Jonfer vs. Molina

This Saturday, December 3, one of the most anticipated clashes in Spanish boxing will take place. Jon Fernández (23-2-0, 20 KO) will put his super lightweight Spanish champion belt on the line against Samuel Molina (22-2-0, 11 KO) at the Javier Imbroda Sports Center in Malaga. In addition to the stellar clash, the evening organized by Saga Heredia Promotions will feature six more professional bouts and an amateur part.

Jonfer and Samuel Molina will finally face each other above the ring. “That people enjoy it, they have been asking for this fight for a long time,” says Jon Fernández. The Basque boxer put on his belt on October 1 by beating José Osado after his corner threw in the towel in the third round. He was very superior throughout the fight and punished Osado harshly. “In the face of combat I look very good, with very good feelings,” he explains Jonfer. He has made three preparations in a row to be at his best level this Saturday and win his first title defense. “My body is on fire, my mind is on fire,” he says, “I think it will be a beautiful fight, in which the fighters enjoy and above all, in which I come out with my arm raised.”

shortly after Jonfer put on the champion belt, Samuel Molina went up to the ring and they announced the fight. The essence he also fought on that same evening. He again defeated Romanian Viroel Simion (22-9-0, 9 KOs), who was unable to come out in the fourth round. He was far superior to the Romanian, whom he totally nullified with body shots. A month later, Molina defeated Ramiro Blanco (18-17-3, 10 KO) by unanimous decision. He is prepared for the match and to snatch the belt from Jonfer.

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The fight was going to be held on Sunday, December 4, but it was brought forward to the 3rd of the same month. After many complaints from the fans for not being able to see the match live, have announced that it will be broadcast on Pay-Per-View, but the platform is not yet known. It will be priced at 9.99 euros and will start at 7:30 p.m. with the amateur bouts.

On the professional poster, Wahid Hambli (27-22-0, 0 KOs) will face Alvaro Godoy (2-0-0, 1 KO) in the six-round welterweight. Moroccans Ayoub El Fahmi (5-0-0, 2 KOs) Y Ahmed Benjadou (11-0-2, 2 KOs) will face each other in a six-round bout at middleweight. In the light heavyweight Constantino Nanga (6-0-0, 6 KOs) will fight with the Venezuelan Omar Garcia (17-7-0, 14 KOs) Y Jose Antonio Traicovich (4-0-0, 3 KOs) with the undefeated Raul Tejedor (2-0-0, 1 KO). Rafael Acosta (6-1-0,3 KO) and the Nicaraguan Oscar Amador (12-29-0, 2 KOs) will star in the eight-round clash at featherweight.

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