Trainer Kevin Cunningham (pictured), who trains junior middleweight Erickson "The Hammer" Lubin, says Lubin's scheduled opponent ex-Olympian Terrell Gausha has withdrawn from the fight due to injury. The fight was supposed to be a WBC title eliminator to be held on Saturday, October 26th at Santander Arena in Reading, Pennsylvania. According to Cunningham, a very respectable replacement opponent has been found, and Lubin will now face Nathaniel Gallimore (21-3) on the same date, with Showtime still on board to televise. Cunningham told Boxingtalk, "After getting the news of Gausha pulling out, we could’ve looked for a softer touch. But that’s not how we roll, we train to dominate whoever the opponent is. I see Nathaniel Gallimore as a bigger challenge than Gausha. Gallimore’s more aggressive and he’s a knockout artist. But at the end of the day, opponents pull out and they can change the names on the contract. Hammer’s going to deliver a spectacular performance on October 26th regardless." Lubin is 21-1 and coming off a win over Zakaria Attou. Gallimore defeated Antonio Todd (6-2) last time out.