Hank Lundy Get’s “Served” at Joe Hand Gym
Hank Lundy Get’s “Served” at Joe Hand Gym
By Ken Hissner, Doghouse Boxing (Sept 14, 2012) Doghouse Boxing
Hank Lundy
Lightweight contender Henry Lundy III aka Hank Lundy was served for “breach of contract and fraud” per his manager Ivan Cohen on September 10th at the Joe Hand Gym in Philadelphia.  

Lundy blew a possible big payday after Jimmy Burchfield, Sr. of CES put him into a “no win” bout in Atlantic City July 27th where Lundy lost a majority decision to Raymundo Beltran along with his NABF belt.  Beltran had lost 2 of his last 3 fights.  

Lundy got dropped to No. 10 in the WBC ratings and No. 15 in the IBF.  Cohen claims he hasn’t gotten paid in Lundy’s last 5 fights.  It seems to be one of those cases where if you treat a boxer too good he gets the idea he could do it on his own.  

Cohen had one of the most popular Philly boxers in IBF light middleweight champion Buster Drayton.  “There was only one boxer like Buster,” said Cohen.  

Burchfield was served with papers September 10th for “tortuous interference and fraud” promoting Lundy without a contract per Cohen while Boxing 360 who have a signed promotional contract with Lundy has also gone after both Burchfield and Lundy through the courts.  Both have 20 days to answer the charges.


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