CORNELIUS BUNDRAGE, scored two knockdowns, regained the IBF light-middleweight title, while scoring a unanimous points victory over Carlos Molina at the Grand Oasis in Cancun, Mexico.
The veteran, known as “K9”, started fast, wobbling and dropping Molina in the opening round. The champion recovered to rally in rounds three and four, but Bundrage’s superior power was definitive.
He rocked Molina several times before flooring him again in the 11th. The judges’ totals after 12 sessions were 117-106, 116-109, and 115-110.
Bundrage lost a point in round eight for landing a shot behind Molina’s head.
It was the first defence for Molina since he won the title 13 months ago.
Bundrage, originally won this title in 2010 when he defeated Cory Spinks.
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