Advertisement
Advertisement

Hank Lundy Dominates Williams, Ayala Defeats Mitchell

Foxwoods Resort, Mashantucket, Connecticut -  Lightweight contender Hanky Lundy (22-1-1, 11KOs) won a ten round unanimous decision over Dannie Williams (21-2, 17KOs) in an NABF title bout. The scores were 98-91, 97-92 and 97-92. After two minutes of the first round, there was a cut on the nose of Williams, but in the final minute Williams scored a knockdown. However, Lundy controlled most of the remaining nine rounds with his jab, counter-punching and a sharp punching from both hands.

Elvin Ayala (25-5-2, 11KOs) won an eight round unanimous decision over late replacement Eric Mitchell (23-9-1, 11KOs) in the opener on ESPN's Friday Night Fights. In a bout for the WBC United States (USNBC) middleweight title, the judges saw it 79-73, 78-74 and 79-73. Mitchell replaced the injured Hector Camacho Jr. on short notice. Ayala outboxed Mitchell in a bout fought for the most part at a slow pace.

Tags: Hank Lundy image  
User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by kozone on 03-31-2012

Compairing Lundy to Gamboa is off even though I understand the exposed chin still Lundys win against Abril was a toss up while Gamboa has never had a close fight!! He's blown everyone away and Gamboa has never had an…

Comment by Tmann400 on 03-31-2012

Mind you Lundy hasn't proven himself to be elite yet, I definitely wouldn't sign him off by saying he has a "bad chin" because I don't believe that at all, he has that kind of style that Gamboa does early,…

Comment by kozone on 03-31-2012

Williams needs to work on his foot work and head/waist movement! Lundy looked sharp and fast!! but still needs to keep his hands up bc he gets careless at times Great fight...fun to watch!!

Comment by punchville on 03-30-2012

id favor lundy over anyone at 135 if he had the chin, but he does'nt, so sorry skills does'nt always pay the bills

Comment by Realizniguhnit on 03-30-2012

That jab was laser sharp tonight from Lundy and it was a good win for him, that said.. he reminds me of a steve forbes. he's good, but he really doesn't have what it takes to really become elite imo…

Post a Comment - View More User Comments (9)
Top Headlines Santa Cruz vs. Frampton LIVE Results From Barclays Tyrone Nurse Outpoints Tommy Coyle in Cracker To Retain Mikey Garcia's Coach: We'd Love Terence Crawford in The Future! Leo Santa Cruz: The Pressure Is On Me In Carl Frampton Fight Ryan Burnett, Yafai, Gavin, Eggington, Feigenbutz Win in Leeds SHO’s Espinoza: Santa Cruz-Frampton Part of Unofficial Tourney Paulie Malignaggi: I’d Love To End My Career in Brooklyn Michel Soro Returns To Action in Le Cannet, France McGuigan: Santa Cruz Facing Frampton Because of Gonzalez Fight Frampton’s Promoter Eyes Russell, Selby Next - No Quigg, or Rigo Photos: Adonis Stevenson Blasts Williams Hard - MEGA Gallery Santa Cruz Expects Carl Frampton To Out-Weigh Him In Ring Mikey Garcia: If No Layoff, I Definitely Would Be a Big Star Berto Wouldn’t Be A Gimme For Danny Garcia, Says Showtime VP Adonis Stevenson-Thomas Williams: Post-Fight Report Card Frampton Must Defy Conventional Wisdom To Upset Santa Cruz Bracero on Malignaggi Bout: I'm Fighting For My Dreams, Future Jose Roman, Ruben Villa Batter Opponents at The Doubletree McGuigan: Frampton Has Been After Santa Cruz Since 2013 Canelo Smiles: I Ran From Golovkin? He's Fought NOBODY! Santa Cruz vs. Russell Much Better Fight; Both Want Selby Next Frank Warren: Frampton Left 122 With Rigondeaux Clash Marquez Has No Regrets Over Cotto Position, Retirement Near Adonis Stevenson With Vicious Knockout of Williams in Four Adonis Stevenson vs. Thomas Williams: LIVE BScene Scorecard Ruslan Provodnikov Meets With Promoter, Return is Anticipated Eleider Alvarez Beats Robbie Berridge, On Course For Stevenson Frampton’s Promoter: Santa Cruz is Carl’s Toughest Fight Yet Keith Thurman vs. Danny Garcia Potentially in Early 2017 Adonis Stevenson vs. Thomas Williams - CompuBox Review Photos/Weights: Luis Nery vs. David Sanchez in Tijuana Photos/Weights: Antonio Orozco vs. Lopez, Joseph Diaz vs. Proa Carl Frampton After the Scales: This Was Easy and I Feel Great SHO VP: Wilder vs. Joshua in Late 2017, Could Be Pay-Per-View Photos: Mikey Garcia vs. Rojas Malignaggi-Bracero Battle Ready Photos: Frampton, Santa Cruz Ready For War at Barclays Center Video: Frampton Fans in Force at Weighin For Leo Santa Cruz Antonio Gutierrez vs. Jorge Melendez, LA Fight Club on 9/2 Juan Carlos Camacho Jr. Goes Pro With Miguel Cotto Thomas Williams: TKO Loss To Gabriel Campillo Doesn’t Define Me
Advertisement

Latest Active Forum Threads
Advertisement
Advertisement