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Oddsmakers predicted that the April 9 super welterweight match between Sebastian Fundora and Erickson Lubin would be tight, but it turned out to be even more entertaining and brutal than their records suggested.
Fundora and Lubin hosted a show for fans at The Theater at Virgin Hotels in Las Vegas, NV and for those watching at home on Showtime. Still, there can only be one winner, and that honor went to Fundora, The Towering Inferno.
The 6-foot-6 Fundora dropped Lubin with a lead right hook at the end of the second round. Lubin was injured but saved by the bell.
Erickson Lubin and Sebastian Fundora traded knockdowns, but Fundora’s power punches won him the fight
Fundora pressed in round 3 but Lubin recovered and fought back. They exchanged angry shots over the next few rounds, and Lubin worked his way back into the fight.
The tide turned on round 7 when Lubin dropped Fundora with a wild hook combo. Fundora wisely spat out his mouthpiece to buy time, which helped him regain his sanity.
Fundora made a comeback in the next two rounds as Lubin took a ton of penalties. Lubin’s face became swollen and distorted on the right side as his eye disappeared.
After round 9, with Lubin’s mouth bloodied and his face shattered, his corner ended the fight. He took too much punishment and his corner called the fight at the right moment.
Lubin tested Fundora, but Fundora passed to earn the TKO victory in round 9. He is now the interim WBC super welterweight boxing champion and could be on his way to a major title fight.
https://fansided.com/2022/04/10/erickson-lubin-vs-sebastian-fundora/ Sebastian Fundora stops Erickson Lubin in a brutal match