Jason Moloney is older than his twin brother Andrew Moloney by one minute. The Moloney brothers from Australia reign supreme in the world of boxing and continue to make a name for themselves with back-to-back incredible performances rinsing the boxing ring. Jason currently competes in the bantamweight division, while Andrew competes in the super-flyweight division.
Jason Moloney (21-2) is coming off a horrific KO loss against Naoya Inoue in a failed attempt to grab the IBF, WBA (Super), and The Ring bantamweight titles. Meanwhile, Andrew Moloney is set to take on Joshua Franco in a trilogy bout for the WBA (Regular) super-flyweight title.
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Andrew suffered the first loss of his professional boxing career after he dropped a uniramous decision loss against Joshua Franco back in June of 2020. Be that as it may, he bounced back strong in the rematch which took place on November 14 in the same year. However, the bout was called a draw after an accidental headbutt damaged Franco’s eye.
Boxing’s twin brothers: Jason Moloney and Andrew Moloney
The Charlo brothers are widely regarded as two of the greatest boxers in the world today. The Charlo twins, as they are fondly called, rule their respective divisions with the title belts strapped around their waist. Needless to say, the Moloney brothers are well on their way to do the same, and their continued rise is testimony that greater things await them going forward in their boxing careers.
Jason and Andrew started boxing when they were just thirteen years old. They were initially inclined towards football but switched to boxing as a fitness exercise. With time, both the brothers fell in love with the sport, and the rest is history.
“It’s great to have a twin brother that obviously has the same passion. We are both professional boxers,” says Andrew Moloney.
Andrew Moloney is a former Commonwealth Games gold medalist, which he won in the 2014 edition of the games. The younger of the Moloney brothers by one minute, Andrew has represented Australia in various competitions throughout the world in his amateur career.