LUBIN SHOWCASE BRIGHT FUTURE ON BOUNCE
Rising star Erickson “The Hammer” Lubin (14-0, 10 KOs) defeated Mexican brawler Jose De Jesus Macias (18-5-2, 9 KOs) in his first main event Sunday night on Premier Boxing Champions: The Next Round on Bounce TV from a sold out Seminole Casino Hotel Immokalee in Immokalee, Florida.
Lubin, of Orlando, showed superior skills by using his quick hands and combination punching to offset Macias’ come-forward style. In round five, Lubin scored a knockdown when he landed a cuffing right hook that forced Macias to touch the canvas with his glove.
The fast rising 20-year-old landed the harder blows and was looking to stop his opponent inside the distance. Macias continued to fight aggressively throughout the contest and he was able to survive and push Lubin to 10-rounds for the first time in his career.
Lubin remained perfect as a professional by scores of 99-90 and 100-89 twice.
ELEGELE TOUGH CUSTOMER ON PBC
Elegele brought the pressure early, hurting De Jesus with an overhand left in round two before he put his opponent on the canvas in round three with a brilliant combination on the ropes. The knockdown came at the end of the round and clearly dazed De Jesus, who walked to the wrong corner after the bell.
A hard left hand punctuated another combination that closed the show for Elegele in round six. The fight was called off by referee James Warring 56 seconds into the round. De Jesus was taken to North Collier Hospital after the fight as a precaution.
Galarza outclassed Amaoko in every facet, winning each round on his way to his seventh straight win. The more active and accurate fighter, Galarza was rewarded with scores of 80-72 on all three judges’ scorecards.
CALDERON WIPES OUT GARCIA IN BATTLE
Welterweight Harold Calderon (9-0, 5 KO’s) from Miami, Florida showed up in a big way by out battling Javier Garcia (7-11-1, 2 KO’s) to a unanimous decision victory judges scores 39-37, 40-36 (2x) in favor for Calderon.
LAMPKIN BLASTS HUMPHERY IN THREE
In an off-television bout, King’s Promotions Dyah Davis (23-4-1, 11 KO’s) shook off a long-layoff by stopping Edgar Perez at 2:59 of round two of their scheduled 6-round Light Heavyweight bout.
Davis, who was fighting just one month after the passing of his father, former Olympic Gold Medal winner Howard Davis Jr., looked very sharp as he scored two knockdowns with body punches and the fight was halted at the end of the 2nd frame.
Welterweights David “Day Day” Grayton ( 14-0, 10 KO’s) blasted tough Daniel Souza Santos (14-10, 11 KO’s) with hardshots to the body and head, Santos battled back in the counter but got caught hard with a low blow that send him down referee James Warring gave him time to recover, Grayton continued to apply the pressure putting Santos down twice ending the bout as Santos could not continue action.
NO FIGHT BOARDERS IN IMMOKALEE
Trouble waters for Featherweight Jamar Saunders (5-15-1, 2 KO’s) as he falls to the Warrior game plan of tough Mexican warrior Jesus Lule (8-15-1, 1 KO’s) no question Lule took the war right to Saunders hurting him with a hard right hand in round 3 set the tone as Lule dominated the contest in six. Judges scored 40-36, 39-37 (2x).
ATKINSON BEATS AGHAYEV
In the opening bout Middleweights Hakeem Atkinson (2-1, 1 KO) gives Farid Aghayev (2-1, 2 KO’s) his first professional loss by unanimous decision win for Atkinson. Judges scores 39-36, 38-37 (2x)