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Stateside in New York this weekend we saw a tremendous World Championship triple-header in the Jr Middleweight division with Erislandy Lara taking on Terrell Gausha while Jarrett Hurd locked horns with Austin Trout in an unforgettable battle; however the big news of the night came from the fight sandwiched between those two encounters which saw the young, promising knockout artists Erickson Lubin (18-0) and Jermell Charlo (29-0) collide and duke it out for the WBC Jr Middleweight World Championship.

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