Joe Smith Jr.
Joe DeGuardia’s Star Boxing Light Heavyweight Joe “The Irish Bomber” Smith Jr. lived up to his nickname as he stopped Cory ” Black Ice” Cummings in two thrilling rounds to capture the vacant IBA Continental Americas Light Heavyweight title before a standing room only crowd last night at The Paramount in Huntington, NY. Continue reading
Star Boxing President and CEO Joe DeGuardia proudly announces the 18th installment of the wildly popular “Rockin Fights” series, Saturday, April 18th from The Paramount in Huntington, NY. Continue reading
Founder and CEO of Star Boxing, Joe DeGuardia is proud to announce that he has entered into a long term promotional agreement with power punching Light Heavyweight Joe “Irish Bomber” Smith Jr., of Long Island, NY. Continue reading
(September 19th) During an brief intermission at Star Boxing’s “Rockin Fights 15″ at Long Island’s hottest boxing venue Star Boxing President and CEO Joe Deguardia announced the signing of Shirley, Long Island’s promising light heavyweight Joe “The Irish Bomber” Smith Jr.
The 24 year old Irishman coming with an impressive amateur pedigree including two New York Gold Glove and New York City Metro titles can best be described as a boxing reincarnation combination of Philadelphia’s Jack O’Brien and “Irish” Bob Murphy.
Turning pro October 2009 winning his first six inside the distance, Smith’s KO run came to an abrupt stop August 2010 versus Lawrence, Massachusetts slugger Eddie “Thunder” Caminero. Continue reading
By: Jason Sardelis
(February 19th) In the history of boxing there is a long list of Irish / American greats, including Mickey Walker, Gene Tunney, Jimmy McLarnin, Tommy Loughran and Billy Conn to name a few. As of recent and the retirement of John Duddy New York has several contenders in the light heavyweight division and one hot prospect is Shirley, New York’s “Irish Bomber” Joe Smith Jr.
Mexico DF, Mexico: All Star Boxing, Inc. will return with their successful series of “Boxeo TELEMUNDO Ford” on Friday, September 28th, 2012 to the beautiful Foro Polanco in Mexico City.
In a highly anticipated rematch, WBC Latin Flyweight Champion Julian “Chicano” Rivera of Barrio Tepito, Mexico City, Mexico (12-6-2 KO’s) , battles fellow countryman Edgar “Power” Jimenez who also hails from the Mexican Capital (15-7-1-11 KO’s) in a fight schedule for 12 rounds with Rivera’s title at stake. Continue reading