Jamal James was the rangier fighter with the better command of distance Tuesday night at Club Nokia in Los Angeles, and he knew it. And he knew Javier Molina knew it, too.
With Hollywood as the backdrop, Jamal James is ready to put on a dazzling show against Javier Molina
Jamal James recalls the last time he was near Los Angeles, five years ago, sparring with former champion Shane Mosley and his son, Shane Jr., who at the time was still an amateur.
Nothing came easy for Jamal James in his last fight, which he says is a good thing as he prepares for Javier Molina
Jamal James expected a classic boxing match against fellow 147-pounder Juan Carlos Abreu in September. Instead, a fight—no, make that a dogfight—broke out.
Undefeated 147-pound prospect Jamal James returns to the ring against former Olympian Javier Molina on January 19
Minnesota’s Jamal “Shango” James takes his nickname from the African god of thunder, lightning and fire, brandishing his fists in place of flames.