Mayweather vs Canelo results: Carlos Molina wins IBF jr. middleweight title against Ishe Smith

Al Bello

Carlos Molina wins the IBF title against Ishe Smith on the undercard of Floyd Mayweather vs. Canelo Alvarez.

Ishe Smith and Carlos Molina were up for the second fight on the pay-per-view card for Floyd Mayweather vs. Canelo Alvarez.

The fight started off relatively slow, both men serving as technical boxers, not brawlers. This led to the majority of the boxing community on Twitter calling the fight a "bathroom break" fight, suggesting that the lack of action in the bout was the best chance to take a break from watching your TV prior to Danny Garcia vs. Lucas Matthysse and Mayweather vs. Canelo.

When the fight came to a conclusion, Molina had landed 25 of 293 jabs, to provide some perspective on how little effective offense there was in the bout.

The official scores were 117-111 Molina, 116-112 Smith and 116-112 Molina.

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