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Moloney: I will get revenge against Franco

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By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing

Former world champion Andrew Moloney (21-1, 14 KOs) is confident he’ll be victorious when a date is scheduled for his rematch against current WBA super flyweight champion Joshua Franco (17-1-2, 8 KOs), who dethroned him on June 23rd in Las Vegas. “I am extremely excited and motivated for my rematch with Franco,” said Moloney. ”I’m very grateful that Top Rank have given me the opportunity to get my revenge and regain my world title. I’m working extremely hard every day to make sure that world title is strapped back around my waist!”

Moloney’s manager Tony Tolj is equally confident that Moloney will regain the WBA belt.

“The 1st fight was a great fight, a credit to both fighters and I’m sure the rematch will be another great fight,” said Tolj. “Josh Franco is a great fighter with a great team, Andrew is leaving no stone unturned in his preparation. The old-timers in boxing always tell me that the boxer who has never experienced defeat will never know how great they can be. I believe the June 23rd fight, has literally awoken a sleeping monster and in the rematch, you’ll see a special fighter in Andrew “The Monster” Moloney!”

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  • Look I’m all for Moloney winning, but he was predictable and lazy in that title fight, really hasn’t shown much really unless fighting bums.

  • Good luck Andrew. I don’t know when or where that fight will take place, but it’s very likely that he’ll have to beat an even more confident and just flat out better Joshua Franco than he did the first time.

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