Erickson Lubin hammers out dominating victory over Jose De Jesus Macias
Erickson Lubin failed to record his fifth straight knockout Sunday night in his native Florida. It was just about the only negative thing you can say about the 20-year-old’s performance.
Erickson Lubin expecting another short night of work against Jose De Jesus Macias
If USA Boxing had its way, unbeaten 154-pound prospect Erickson Lubin would be preparing to compete in this summer’s Rio Olympics instead of fighting Jose De Jesus Macias on Sunday night.
As his onetime teachers can attest, Erickson Lubin brings more to the ring than just his iron fists
With 10 knockouts in 13 career fights, Erickson Lubin clearly possesses the physical tools required to succeed in the ring. Not to be overlooked, though, is Lubin’s mental acumen—the dude is a natural problem solver. Just ask one of his former math instructors.
Top prospect Erickson Lubin showing star power heading into first bout as headliner
Erickson Lubin was a high school senior when he signed a professional boxing contract on his 18th birthday. The Orlando, Florida, native debuted the next month with a 35-second knockout … followed six weeks later by a 61-second stoppage … followed 34 days later by yet another first-round KO.
Unbeaten 20-year-old Erickson Lubin to fight Jose De Jesus Macias on January 31 Bounce card
Rare is the day that a boxer gets a marquee bout in just his 14th professional fight—especially when said boxer’s teenage years are barely in the rearview mirror. Then again, rare is the day that a boxer as gifted as Erickson Lubin comes around.