Erickson Lubin lowered the boom on Jorge Cota with a single punch that put “The Hammer” on the cusp of fighting for a world title.
Erickson Lubin was ringside the only time Jorge Cota fought in the United States, so he’s well aware of the obstacle standing between him and a potential 154-pound world title shot.
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More than just a fighter, Erickson Lubin is a boxing junkie. He watches everything, he sees everything, he knows everything—no matter the weight class.
Erickson Lubin has seemingly been on a fast track to a 154-pound world title shot since signing a professional contract on his 18th birthday. Now, as he sprints around the final turn on that track, Lubin has the finish line in sight.