Tonight at 8 pm ET on ESPN, Top Rank is back from “The Bubble” at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, using a junior bantamweight title fight (rather ) in the main event, plus a featherweight co-feature and much more.
Wil Esco will be here for round-by-round policy of this Main occasion and co-feature, with all the co-feature kicking things off at the peak of the broadcast.Moloney vs Franco
Andrew Moloney makes his U.S. introduction in the main event, Defending the WBA’s secondary”world” title at 115 lbs against Joshua Franco. It’s a better matchup than most that we’ve seen so far, and Australia’s Moloney will be seeking to make a large first impression on American audiences, while Franco is getting a crack in a claim for a world title.
The co-feature will visit Christopher Diaz and Jason Sanchez struggle in a featherweight fight set for 10 rounds, with both needing a win to stay in the mix at 126.
WBA”regular” super flyweight champion Andrew Moloney makes both his USA and Best Rank introduction tonight against challenger Joshua Franco. This day’s championship boxing will start at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN.
Moloney (21-0, 14 KO) is the WBA “regular” super flyweight champion. Roman Gonzalez is known because the WBA”super” champion. Moloney has been granted the normal championship status after defeating Elton Dharry at November for the interim version of the belt.
The undefeated Australian is fighting for only the second time Outside of the homeland. The last time he fought outside of Australia was March 22, 2019 against Miguel Gonzalez in Chile when Moloney won by an eighth round technical knockout.
The 29 year-old Moloney is defending his title for the first time Against San Antonio, Texas native, 24 year-old, Franco (16-1-2, 8 KO), who is arguably the very best super flyweight in the USA. Franco recently had three memorable fights against Oscar Negrete which culminated in a split decision victory for Franco and two divide draws. Franco’s only loss was in 2018 from Lucas Fernandez by technical knockout in the ninth round. Franco was winning the struggle in Puerto Rico, ahead on all scorecards, the first time Franco fought out of the Continental United States, such as having Fernandez down at the first round, before suffering the late stoppage.
This is Moloney’s time to glow and expose himself in front of the American boxing audience on the ESPN nationwide platform. Moloney’s work rate and power ought to be the difference in this fight. He’ll be competing against Franco, who’s trained by arguably the very best trainer in the sport and former world champion, Robert Garcia. If alterations are to be made, Garcia will be able to create them and make them early. In case it becomes a chess match, Moloney is going to get to be on his A game and not succumb to allowing Franco to slip rounds or obtain assurance. Franco, a boxer-puncher, may lack the physical prowess to withstand Moloney’s attack. If Moloney puts his foot on the gas pedal out of round one and is able to locate a house for his electricity, I’ve every reason to think he could stop Franco late at the championship rounds. If Moloney gets off to a slow beginning and shows Franco too much respect and takes time to get going, he could open the door for Franco to steal rounds because I referenced above. The question is how much Franco would have in the tank over the life span of a 12-round high-energy fight and how well each fighter managed to get ready for a 12-round battle after quarantine.
My prediction is Moloney is going to come out and want to make a statement. Moloney by technical knockout in the round 10.
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