Lumacad would not be denied, as he boxed
excellently on his way to a clear unanimous
decision (117-112, 117-111 and 119-109),
impressing many at ringside including iconic
former world champion Ricky Hatton.
Unfortunately Lumacad never got to defend his UBO
world championship. Three months later he lost a
non-title fight to Mexican Hernan “Tyson” Marquez
(33-2) by very close majority decision, and his
title was left vacant as a consequence.
went on to win some and lose some, including
decision defeats to world class opponents such as
Carlos Cuadras (26-0), Narast Aienleng (48-4), and
Karoon Jarupianlerd (23-7).
his career with two victories in 2014, and retired
with an over-all record of 31-9-3 (14).