He reaches this conclusion: "The Maya historical record thus broadly confirms the Book of Mormon claim of major wars and dynastic and cultural transformation in the 370s."
Of course, the Book of Mormon mentions wars 167 times. From the Jaredite times through the final Nephite battle at Cumorah, it was only after the appearance of Christ that there were no wars. So it would be surprising if there was not a "correspondence" between the Book of Mormon and any war anywhere. But Hamblin is making a specific link here.
I'm very curious how a Lamanite invasion from Teotihuacan fits any kind Mesoamerican geography.
I realize Sorenson cited fortifications at Teotihuacan as evidence of large-scale warfare as described in the Book of Mormon, and the site is often mentioned in connection with Quetzalcoatl, but Teotihuacan is well outside the limited geography model. Can anyone explain this?