Why does one of the most anticipated showdowns of the year get a four-bout undercard of “gimme” fights? Got me. The highlight of the undercard was not so much Eric Molina, who took out his carefully chosen foe, but the heart of his opponent, Southern slugger Warren Browning.
And here’s a good question: How does the WBA allow a late, late sub like Ramzan Adaev, who came in at 148 pounds, to fight for the vacant Fedecaribe LIGHT WELTERWEIGHT title (that’s 140 pounds) against 139-pound Angelo Santana? Nice. Guess you can bend the rules as far as you want when there’s no one paying attention to “title fights” anymore, and while someone is there to sign the check.