Unbeaten in 10 professional bouts to date, Fabio Wardley is slowly building up a reputation as one of the most exciting prospects in the heavyweight division after accumulating nine stoppage victories from those 10 fights.
With no real amateur background, Wardley kicked off his pro career with his only points victory to date over Jacub Wojcik back in 2017, but after nine consecutive stoppage wins with the East Anglian yet to go past six rounds, he's on a real upward spiral under the guidance of Dillian Whyte and Eddie Hearn.
Molina, meanwhile, is much more well known on the world circuit. He didn't get off to the best of starts as a pro suffering a KO loss on debut but after 23 victories from his next 24 fights, he fought Deontay Wilder for the WBC world heavyweight title in a fight in which he suffered a stoppage loss in the ninth round. Molina then went on to fight Anthony Joshua for the IBF world title, where he was again stopped and since then, he's lost three of his last seven fights, all by stoppage.
It's a good sort of step up for Wardley this, but it's a step up he should deal with fairly easily. He's clearly got a lot of natural power and more or less every time Molina has come up against someone with power, the American has been stopped and we can't see that trend taking a different direction this weekend.
Expect Fabio to be patient early on in the fight and wait for the openings to come but once he's figured the much more experienced Molina out, expect him to get him out of there pretty emphatically.
Prediction: Fabio Wardley to win in rounds 1-6