Former jr. welterweight champion Amir Khan promised to show the improvements he's made after working with his new trainer, Virgil Hunter, and he did just that, stopping the previously undefeated Carlos Molina after 10 rounds at Sports Arena in Los Angeles, California. It was the same speed and offensive firepower from Khan, but he was much more patient as he took his time to land effective combinations. Molina was game, finding his own opportunities to land some decent shots, but Khan took them all well.
Midway through the fight, Khan was landing a lot more combinations, as his hand speed was clearly frustrating Molina. Round after round, Khan was racking up the points, while Molina's output continued to dwindle. As a dejected Molina walked back to his corner after the 10th round, his corner decided to call a halt to onslaught.
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