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Upset Alert! Raymundo Beltran Shocks Hank Lundy In A/C

By Jake Donovan

Hank Lundy spent all week conquering obstacles to make it to his ESPN2 Friday Night Fights headliner against Raymundo Beltran.

The only hurdle he failed to clear was the one that mattered most - getting past Beltran in order to move into title contention.

A major upset took place in Atlantic City, as Beltran scored the biggest win of his career with a majority decision over Lundy. Scores were 95-95 even and 96-94 in favor of Beltran, who outworked Lundy down the stretch to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat.

FULL REPORT TO COME... 

In the televised co-feature, Farah Ennis (20-1, 12KO) cruised to a unanimous decision win over Richard Pierson (11-3, 8KO). 

Scores were 99-91 and 98-92 (twice) in their 10-round super middleweight bout that never shifted gears. Ennis was steady throughout, even if not given much of a challenge from Pierson. 

Ennis has now won three straight, while Pierson watches his own three-fight win streak come to an end. 

Jake Donovan is the Managing Editor of Boxingscene.com. Follow Jake on Twitter: @JakeNDaBox
User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by theproof on 07-28-2012

with the resent so called upsets. i think they were not upsets at all you can no longer count any opponent out. it all started with the solido wins. lundy, ortiz, khan are not over rated. there are just other…

Comment by nycsmooth on 07-28-2012

best win 4 beltran who just outworked & outpunched Lundy who´s, very over rated...

Comment by BoriBlaze1 on 07-28-2012

LMAO Hank Lundy has spent the last week Trash talking Broner, saying he rules 135 division lol. And he loses his fight!! Lundy next time keep your mouth shut. You don't even have a belt and lost to a Journey…

Comment by any craic lad? on 07-28-2012

[QUOTE=DempseyRollin;12378663]nah, thats not even the case in that fight. adhajo was comfortably ahead. even the press row scores had it that way. the knocdown would have made it closer. but it still wouldnt have been even going into the 10th…

Comment by Kagami Taiga on 07-28-2012

[QUOTE=any craic lad?;12378660]Adjaho did deserve too lead but its incredible that any close fight nowadays is deemed a robbery and anyway how do we know Adjaho makes it home we dont the guy tried too get Demarco dqed maybe a…

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