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Wilder was making his first defense of the title he won in January, when he became the first American since Shannon Briggs in 2007 to claim a piece of the heavyweight world title.The 29-year-old American improved to 34-0 with 33 wins inside the distance.His unanimous decision over Bermane Stiverne for the title on Jan. 17 marked the only time he's been taken a full 12 rounds, and Saturday he lived up to his pledge to get back to the business of knockouts.A straight right from Wilder spun Molina around, with the following blows sending him sprawling and prompting referee Jack Reiss to signal that the fight was over at 1:03 of the round.
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