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Gallimore can’t handle resurgent Lubin

READING, P A OCTOBER 26

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SUPER-WELTERWEIGHT contender Erickson Lubin is trying to prove that one loss doesn’t define a career. He took another step in dispelling that belief at the Santander Arena, cruising to a 10-round unanimous decision over Chicago-based Jamaican Nathaniel Gallimore. All three judges (Lynne Carter, Adam Friscia, and Kevin Morgan) scored it 99-91 for the Florida-based Lubin. Originally, Lubin was slated to face Terrell Gausha but Gausha pulled out because of an injury he incurred during training camp. Rushing in as a replacement was Gallimore, who had a reputation for hitting hard and for whom many observers felt would offer a far sterner test than the cagey Gausha. Lubin, however, was never once threatened.

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