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Showtime profiles Erickson Lubin

Lubin tells his story ahead of his fight this weekend against Zakaria Attou.

As junior middleweight contender Erickson Lubin (20-1, 15 KOs) looks to work his way back to a world title shot, with a WBC eliminator match against Zakaria Attou (29-6-2, 7 KOs) set for this weekend, Lubin discusses his story and mindset at this point in his career — still only 23-years-old.

Lubin talks about how he got into boxing — being a little too rough for the karate kids — and how competing at this level demands a fighter’s lifestyle.

“What’s that saying by Ali? He said ‘suffer now and live the rest of your life as a champion.’ Those are words that I always have in the back of my head because this is what pays us, man...We’re professionals, so we got to act like it.”

Check out the full video feature above, which shows some behind-the-scenes footage of Lubin in this training camp working alongside trainer Kevin Cunningham.

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