Erickson Lubin: A shining example in and out of the ring

Reynaldo Sanchez 08/12/2015

Erickson Lubin 13-0-0 (10 KO’s) is the kind of young boxer who is aware that everything he has is owed his fans.

He has the charisma of a man above his age and loves to share with followers, children, young people or adults. Lubin takes the time to give them a photo or chat about what they like, and of course boxing.

Even the youngest children love Erickson Lubin. He is an example of an athlete who enjoys sharing and has great qualities inside and outside the ring, manager Henry Rivalta pointed out.

“I love children and especially young people who love boxing. I sign a glove and I take a picture with them because they are my fans and who make us athletes. I’m ready for the best in my weight. Little by little I’m getting to a better level. My managers Garry Jonas and Henry Rivalta know what I like and go in search of the best fights,” said Lubin

He adds. “I have the world’s best adviser Al Haymon, I have the support of Luis De Cubas Jr. and Brad Owens. My coaches Herman Caicedo and Jason Galarza believe in me also. I have all the ingredients to achieve my goals and unconditional support, so I will not disappoint. I will one day soon be the world champion and the champion of the people, “The People Champ” and want to be remembered as a warrior inside the ring and outside the ring, while also staying humble.”

Lubin is currently unbeaten at the 154-pound division. In 2015, he participated in five fights, and with his team of expects will continue with that pace in 2016. Gradually, Lubin wants to become the new sensation in his weight class, where fighters like Erislandy Lara, Demetrius Andrade and Willie Nelson are at the helm.


2016 is an important year for Lubin, Rivalta said: “Al Haymon has great expectations for this young man, in the same way he shone in amateur boxing. We hope he can do it in professional boxing. But there’s no hurry and we’re looking to get to the really important fights in keep Erickson in great shape to reach the top.”