DALLAS (November 4, 2015) – Undefeated rising star Erickson “The Hammer” Lubin (12-0, 9 KOs) will put his undefeated record on the line when he takes on Alexis Camacho (21-5, 19 KOs) in a 10-round super welterweight bout on Saturday, November 28 as part of Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) on NBC from the Bomb Factory in Dallas.
PBC on NBC coverage begins at 3 p.m. ET/12 p.m. PT and is headlined by super welterweight world champion Jermall Charlo (22-0, 17 KOs) as he faces “Silky” Wilky Campfort (21-1, 12 KOs). Also featured is Dallas-native and 2012 Olympian Errol “The Truth” Spence Jr. (18-0, 15 KOs) as he squares off against Mexico’s Alejandro “El Elegido” Barrera (28-2, 18 KOs) in a 12-round contest.
With the addition of Lubin, PBC on NBC features three of the brightest young stars in the sport, along with Charlo and Spence Jr., as they look to remain undefeated on their way to making an even bigger impact in 2016.
Tickets for the live event, which is promoted by Leija*Battah Promotions, are priced at $100, $85, $45 and $25, not including applicable fees, and are on sale now. Seating in suites and tables for groups is also available. To purchase tickets visit www.ticketfly.com, www.thebombfactory.com or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Tickets can also be purchased by calling TicketFly at (877) 987-6487, Leija Battah Promotions at (210) 979-3302 or by visiting The Bomb Factory box office.
A highly-regarded prospect with an exciting style, the 20-year-old Lubin has burst onto the scene looking to engage and finish opponents early. He blew out Ayi Bruce and previously unbeaten Kenneth Council with first round knockouts and outclassed experienced veterans Michael Finney and Norberto Gonzalez, all since November 2014. In his last fight, near his hometown of Orlando, Lubin dominated veteran Orlando Lora before forcing his corner to stop the fight in round six.
Born in Monterrey, Mexico but fighting out of Austin, Texas, Camacho looks to make it three straight victories on November 28. In his last two contests, the 34-year-old took down Alan Casillas and Oscar Solis. Prior to earning a decision in his last bout, 18 of Camacho’s 20 victories had come inside of the distance.