Herrera-Lundy 7/11 HBO Latino Bill Now A Tripleheader

By Jake Donovan

Golden Boy Promotions continues to load up its July 11 show at the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena, topped by a coin-flip crossroads bout between hard luck junior welterweights Mauricio Herrera and Hank Lundy. 

What was originally targeted as a televised doubleheader on HBO Latino has now become a tripleheader. The opening bout of the telecast will feature unbeaten rising prospect Joseph 'Jo Jo' Diaz taking a major step up in class, facing Top 10 contender Rene Alvarado.

Previously added to the card, Michael 'The Artist' Perez faces Sharif Bogere in the evening's co-feature. 

Loading up the show is key for Golden Boy, who will turn to HBO Latino as a needed outlet for its vast stable of stars and prospects. The Southern California-based company received word that its Golden Boy Live! series on Fox Sports 1 will not renew once its current deal runs out by month's end.

Ironically, Golden Boy's restored relationship with HBO and its affiliate networks features a card whose hosting venue's doors will shut down upon its conclusion. The July 11 show will mark the last ever at the Sports Arena before permanently going out of business. 

Tickets priced at $10, $25, $50 and $100, plus applicable taxes and service charges, and are available for purchase at,, all Ticketmaster locations and by calling 800-745-3000.

Jake Donovan is the Managing Editor of Twitter: @JakeNDaBox
User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by DoktorSleepless on 06-18-2015

Why is the lineal jr welterweight champ not headlining on regular HBO is the real question.

Comment by kiaba360 on 06-18-2015

[QUOTE=BostonGuy;15798188]Is Lundy gonna be able to make weight at 140?[/QUOTE] Why wouldn't he? He made 140 for Dulorme 7 months ago. [QUOTE=aldo5408;15796685]why is hbo paying for this garbage[/QUOTE] This card is actually decent, and it's on HBO Latino. Question to…

Comment by BostonGuy on 06-18-2015

Is Lundy gonna be able to make weight at 140?

Comment by Achcauhtli on 06-18-2015

[QUOTE=aldo5408;15796685]why is hbo paying for this garbage[/QUOTE] Mexicans, Mexican-Americans, PR's & Latinos in general are the biggest fans in boxing......hence, the reason its on hbo LATINO Are you new to boxing?

Comment by aldo5408 on 06-17-2015

why is hbo paying for this garbage

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