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 Last update:  6/7/2012       Read more by Osman Rodriguez         
   
Erislandy Lara-Freddy Hernandez in Play For June 30th
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By Osman Rodriguez

Sources have advised BoxingScene.com that junior middleweight contender Erislandy Lara (16-1-1, 11KOs) will take a stay-busy fight on June 30th against Freddy Hernandez (30-2, 20KOs). The fight will be televised by Showtime from the Fantasy Springs Casino in Indio, California. Hernandez returns from last October's upset decision over former champion Luis Collazo.

In the main event, IBF 154-pound champion Cornelius Bundrage will defend his title in a rematch with ex-champion Cory Spinks.

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comment by BoxerDood, on 06-08-2012
Decent stay busy fight. Freddy had a nice run before Berto destroyed him and he did dominate Collazo. It'll likely end in the first round.

comment by STREET CLEANER, on 06-08-2012
This fight is a joke. But it is a stay busy fight and they are not hyping this thing up. I wonder how Freddy feels about this

comment by Hougigo, on 06-08-2012
Easy money on Lara

comment by El Angel, on 06-08-2012
Lara KO Hernandez inside a minute. I guess staying busy is smart though.

comment by BoxingGenius27, on 06-08-2012
[QUOTE=chiguy91]yeah, i forgot jones said that. yeah paul didn't look anything like the fighter he was before. i mean he looked decent in the ishida fight, from what i saw, but again, beating ishida doesn't promise or really prove anything. all we could do now is imagine what would have been of p...

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