Hank Lundy and Adrien Broner (pictured) sparred six rounds recently.
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Hank Lundy is no stranger to career rebuilding.
The rugged South Philadelphian was unbeaten (18-0-1) through his first three years as a pro, including a defeat of current WBA lightweight champion Richard Abril, before having to recover from an 11th-round TKO loss to John Molina that came while he led comfortably on all scorecards.
Then, after four more wins put him back on the 135-pound map, including a sixth-round stoppage that prompted the retirement of former WBC title-holder David Diaz, it was back to the drawing board when consecutive narrow judging verdicts went to foes Ray Beltran (majority decision, 10) and Viktor Postol (unanimous decision, 12).