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 Last update:  11/12/2013       Read more by Rick Reeno         
   
Bundrage-Hernandez IBF Bid Won By Golden Boy, Ramiro
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By Rick Reeno

BoxingScene.com has been advised that Golden Boy Promotions has secured the rights to the IBF's final junior middleweight eliminator between Cornelius "K9" Bundrade (32-5, 19KOs) and Joey "Twinkle Fingers" Hernandez (23-1-1, 13KOs).

Bundradge lost the IBF title for Ishe Smith by way of a twelve round majority decision in February, but then Smith lost the belt to Carlos Molina on the Mayweather-Canelo undercard on September 14th. Hernandez, who recently broke away from promoter Don King, has been inactive since last November's decision win over James Winchester.

Ramiro Gonzalez, representing Golden Boy as the sole bidder, placed down the winning bid of $11,000 dollars.

Ramiro extends his streak of purse bid wins to 7-0. BoxingScene was told, by sources who were present, that Ramiro went through his pre-bid ritual of lighting a candle, doing five one-handed pushups and rubbing an old Mexican bingo card that he found on an old burial site in Culiacan, Mexico.

After guaranteeing that nobody would show up to bid against him, Ramiro pulled out the check, which he concealed inside his left sock. The latest win by Ramiro received a standing obviation from the members of the IBF. 

Tags: Cornelius Bundrage , Joey Hernandez


 

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comment by Hougigo, on 11-12-2013
[QUOTE=boxcityusa805]1) he's African American? 2) the $50,000 check was in his wallet, but when he realized he was the only bidder, he pulled out the check with the minimum bid.[/QUOTE] Just seems like an odd place to keep it

comment by boxcityusa805, on 11-12-2013
[QUOTE=hougigo]1. How does he keep getting a line at the IBF? 2. Why the hell do you have an 11k check in your sock?[/QUOTE] 1) he's African American? 2) the $50,000 check was in his wallet, but when he realized he was the only bidder, he pulled out the check with the minimum bid.

comment by $BloodyNate$, on 11-12-2013
I want K9 vs Andrade. That would be a good fight for both of them at this stage. Young and hungry Andrade looking to prove he deserves a top guy against the old lion K9 who wants to prove hes still relevant. Posted from Boxingscene.com App for Android

comment by .:: JSFD26 ::., on 11-12-2013
Sheeesh! You need to go away too man. Posted from Boxingscene.com App for Android

Dog eat dog
comment by DVSONE2014, on 11-12-2013
The dog got em by the balls

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