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Conlan secures fifth professional win in New York

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Michael Conlan has finished his first year as a professional boxer by beating Luis Fernando Molina on points in New York.

The Belfast featherweight secured the unanimous victory at Madison Square Gardens on Saturday night to take his record to five wins out of five.

The fight was part of the undercard to the WBO World Super Featherweight title clash between Vasyl Lomachenko and Guillermo Rigondeaux.

The Ukranian retained his belt after Rigondeaux retired in the sixth round.

Unbeaten Conlan aims for big performance

Conlan is back in Madison Square Garden this weekend, where he made his professional debut

Since his controversial exit from the Rio Olympics last summer, Michael Conlan has not looked back.

Amassing a 4-0 record, with four stoppages, the 2012 bronze medallist hopes to end his first year in the professional ranks unbeaten.

He faces tough Argentinian Luis Fernando Molina on the undercard of the Vasyl Lomachenko vs.Guillermo Rigondeaux fight at Madison Square Garden in New York.

It will be the fourth time the Belfast-born super-bantamweight has fought on US soil and sees him return to the scene of his debut victory, against Tim Ibarra.

Molina has never been stopped, but Conlan hopes to put in a performance that will move him one step closer to the world title he craves, as Simon McIntyre reports.

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