John John Molina Professional Boxer
Juan Molina (born March 17, 1965), better known as John John Molina in the world of boxing, is a former boxer whose career transcended boxing in Puerto Rico. A multiple time world champion, this boxer was also known as quite a socialite. Molina is a native of Fajardo, Puerto Rico. Molina represented Puerto Rico as a Bantamweight at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games. His results were: Molina won the amateur world boxing championships in 1985, by knocking out Kelcie Banks in the finals. Upon returning to Puerto Rico, the 20-year-old youngster announced to Rafael Bracero on tv he would be ready to fight professional world Featherweight champion Victor Luvi Callejas within a year. That wasn't to happen, however. Molina started as a professional on February 25, 1986, beating Job Walters by a decision in four. His first three fights were decisions. He won his first 14 bouts, nine of them by knockout. Among the people he beat during that span was Victor Aponte, who was a stablemate of both Alberto Mercado and Juan Carazo. Aponte got knocked out by Molina in the 10th and final round.
|Date of birth|
|March 17th, 1965|