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Thomas Dulorme beats Hank Lundy on split decision for sixth straight win

Thomas Dulorme continued his winning ways with a rocky but fairly clear win over Hank Lundy on HBO.

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Scott Christ is the managing editor of Bad Left Hook and has been covering boxing for SB Nation since 2006.

Puerto Rico's Thomas Dulorme made it six straight wins tonight with a split decision victory over Hank Lundy on HBO Boxing After Dark, winning on scores of 96-93, 97-92, and 93-96. BLH had it 96-93 for Dulorme.

Dulorme (22-1, 14 KO) started off impressively, dropping Lundy (25-4-1, 12 KO) in the opening round. It was arguable that the 24-year-old Dulorme deserved to win all of the first five rounds, opening what would be a big lead, but Lundy managed to hang around in the fight, as he always does, and made it interesting as the night went on.

Lundy, 30, managed to buzz Dulorme a few times as the fight wore on, but never had him on the edge of going down or in any serious trouble. Dulorme's job was his best weapon, while Lundy found success when aggressive. In the end, CompuBox stats were about as close as you'll ever see. Dulorme landed 152 of 447 total punches (34%) compared to Lundy's 151 of 451 (33%). Dulorme had a big edge in jabs, but Lundy outlanded Dulorme 110-81 in power shots, with both landing at a 42% clip.

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