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Breaking down the entire Eduardo Hernandez vs. Daniel Lugo undercard

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Following Canelo Alvarez’s win against Jaime Munguia, boxing will see another Mexico vs. Mexico clash on May 11. Super featherweights Eduardo Hernandez and Daniel Lugo face off in Mexico’s Palenque de la Feria in a bout that will air on DAZN.

In October, Hernandez (34-2) had his six-fight win streak snapped against O’Shaquie Foster in a WBC title bout. In what was later named The Sporting News’ 2023 Fight of the Year, Foster survived a top-tier effort from “Rocky” to score a knockout in the last round.

The 26-year-old has only fought three times outside of Mexico and is looking for another world title shot.

Lugo (27-2-1) is a rising star who has gone 3-0-1 since having his 21-fight win streak snapped in 2021. He fought former world champion Mauricio Lara to a draw in his last contest and could easily have won that decision.

WATCH: Eduardo Hernandez vs. Daniel Lugo, live on DAZN 

On the undercard, a women’s title fight looks to steal the show while several young guns are ready to impress on a big stage.

Here’s a breakdown of the entire action on the Hernandez vs. Lugo card.

The co-feature will see Erika Cruz Hernandez defend the WBA super bantamweight title against Nazarena Romero

Cruz (17-2) has competed for gold since 2021. The 2011 Pan American Games silver medalist won the WBA featherweight belt but lost it against Amanda Serrano in a fight to determine the undisputed champion. The Mexican fighter has won two straight since and moved down in weight to beat Mayerlin Rivas for the WBA super bantamweight crown.

Argentina’s Romero (13-0-1) won interim super bantamweight gold in 2020. The 29-year-old failed to capture the WBA super bantamweight title against Rivas in 2023. This is her second attempt at putting the belt around her waist. 

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Also on the card is Criztec Bazaldua vs. Luis Fernando Ruiz.

A six-time National champion, Bazaldua (4-0) has only one win via knockout to start his career, but the 19-year-old continues to show progress. He looks to be the first Manny Robles-trained from the amateurs to become a world champion. 

Ruiz (5-0) has won three straight fights via knockout. The 21-year-old Mexican fighter looks for his third win of 2024. 

Randy Leon faces Misael Cabrera.

Leon (14-0-1) has primarily fought in Mexico to start his career. The 21-year-old has seven wins via knockout.

Cabrera (15-2) is 2-1 in his last three fights and he’s on a two-fight win streak. He has won 11 contests via the power punch. 

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Finally, Leonardo Rubalcava faces Roberto Nevarez.

Rubalcava (6-0) competed in multiple tournaments at the amateur level and is ready to use his competitive drive to move quickly through the pro level. This will be his third fight in Mexico. 

Nevarez (4-0) has won three of his first four fights via knockout. 

Hernandez vs. Lugo is on May 11. The main card starts at 8 p.m. ET. The fighters should make their way to the ring around 11 p.m. ET, depending on how long the undercard fights last. 

The Eduardo Hernandez vs. Daniel Lugofight card will be available via DAZN.

Now available as a Sky channel, DAZN 1 HD is exclusive to Sky in the UK.

WATCH: Eduardo Hernandez vs. Daniel Lugo, live on DAZN 

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