For what was elite Super-Welterweight contender 🇺🇸Erickson Lubin’s (22-1-0, 16KO👊) first fight as a headliner, he did well in picking apart solid replacement 🇯🇲Nathaniel Gallimore (24-4-1, 17KO👊), who filled in after original opponent 🇺🇸Terrell Gausha suffered a hand injury, that forced him to be pulled from his 12 round encounter with Lubin, which was downgraded to a 10 rounder for the Gallimore contest. Continue reading “Lubin Razor Sharp, Picks Apart Gallimore Through 10”
It’s a busy slate of action this weekend overall, but here’s a few more to keep an eye on… Continue reading “Watch This”
A solid year under the guidance of head trainer Kevin Cunningham, 🇺🇸Erickson Lubin continues to climb his way back into the front of people’s minds when they discuss the top talent in the Jr Middleweight division. Continue reading “Lubin Looks Strong, Dominates Attou”
It’s become very interesting in the Super Welter/Junior Middleweight (154 lb) division in the last year or so. It’s wide open right now with all of the top dogs, Jarrett Hurd, Julian Williams, Jermell Charlo, and Tony Harrison having suffered a loss at some point, and now willing to face each other to prove they are king of the hill.
This here is the best case scenario for Orlando, Florida native 🇺🇸Erickson “The Hammer” Lubin (20-1-0, 15KO), who after suffering a knockout loss to former WBC Champion Jermell Charlo in 2017, has been on the road back to contention. Continue reading “Lubin Continues to Hammer his Way Back into Contention at 154”
Orlando Florida’s promising young contender Erickson ‘The Hammer’ Lubin (19-1-0, 14KO) takes on an intriguing fight with the rough, always game former Super-Welterweight titlist Ishe Smith (29-10-0, 12KO) at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, California.
Lubin is looking to get himself back on track, and endear himself back to the boxing public as a highly touted talent, and Ishe at this point in his career is the type of guy that you should be fighting to get you back to that level for major opportunities. Smith is now 40 years of age, and is now 20 years deep in the game, but after breaking through in 2013 to win his lone title belt, he is now back to being relegated to that of a stepping stone, however don’t get it twisted.
Ishe is always up for a fight, and he will test you. Catch this test between the youngster and the veteran on Saturday, February 9th, on Showtime Boxing as the main undercard fight to Hugo Ruiz vs. Gervonta Davis.