Light-heavyweight prospect, ‘Sniper’ Sam Smith (1-0) has confirmed the date for his next professional contest as March 12th at the Oasis Leisure Centre in Swindon on a KM Promotions event titled, ‘March Madness’.
Light-heavyweight prospect, Sam Smith (1-0) won his professional debut, defeating opponent Mark Till (3-18-2) on points on December 20th at the Grange Leisure Centre in Swindon.
The 175lbs four-round contest was scored at 39-37 to the 22-year-old from Surrey known as Sniper, he said, “It was a hard fight to be honest, he came to win and he was tough.”
Travelling opponent from Stoke-on-Trent, 28-year-old Mark Till has upset the odds before to defeat other debutants during his two year-long professional boxing career.
In boxing a clash of undefeated fighters is the perfect combination to arouse one’s curiosity or interest in a fascinating matchup and thanks to Lee Murtagh’s Saoirse Promotions the fans of the sweet science will receive just that as Sam Smith battles Christina “The Black Mamba” Linardatou for the vacant Universal Boxing Federation (UBF) International lightweight title.
Light-heavyweight debutant, Sam Smith, trained by Paddy Fitzpatrick, makes his long-awaited debut on December 20th at the Grange Leisure Centre in Swindon.
The 22-year-old prospect from Dunsfold, Surrey finally gets to make his pro bow on the co-promoted KM Promotions and Paddy Fitzpatrick show on the last weekend before Christmas, featuring a host of local talent from Swindon.
On Saturday night London promoters Mark Lyons and Billy James-Elliott presented the first British event to feature three female professional boxing bouts, however to achieve this historic first for Women’s Boxing, the pioneering duo, whose event was sanctioned by the Malta Boxing Commission, had to overcame an unbelievable level of interference, from another boxing organization and their fellow EBU members.
By Jon Collins: Lightweight Sam Smith has given Leeds boxing both an Anadin and a dose of Zip fuel.
3-0 as a pro, the two Eastern European opponents she faced in her first two bouts were so out of their depth it’s a wonder they even made it onto the plane. They were disposed of, quickly and brutally, in a combined total of 90 odd seconds.
Guildford debutant, Sam Smith has turned professional following a glittering amateur boxing career winning three national titles and representing England.
London promoter, Mickey Helliet signed the 22-year-old light-heavyweight prospect recently and plans to make his professional debut in September.