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Liam Smith vs Hassan Mwakinyo Fight: Pambano la Hassan Mwakinyo na Liam Smith (Smith declared Winner)

Tanzanian Boxer Hassan Mwakinyo vs Liam Smith Figth held at 3rd September, Liverpool

Are you looking for Liam Smith vs Hassan Mwakinyo Fight Pambano la Hassan Mwakinyo na Liam Smith details which will be held on 3/9/2022. Hassan Mwakinyo next fight will involve him fighting with English Boxer Liam Smith on 3rd September 2022 in Liverpool, United Kingdom.

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The fight between Liam Smith and Liam Smith according to Sky sports official website the headline call it ” Liam Smith returns against dangerous puncher Hassan Mwakinyo in Liverpool.

Liam Smith vs Hassan Mwakinyo - Pambano la Hassan Mwakinyo na Liam Smith
Liam Smith vs Hassan Mwakinyo

Hassan Mwakinyo last fight was between him and Namibian National Julius Idongo. This is not first fight between Mwakinyo and Englishman. He already fight and win the fight between Hassan Mwakinyo and Sam Eggington.

Liam smith and Hassan Mwakinyo live streaming, prediction, ticket, venue, Tv channel

The details about Liam Smith vs unbeaten Hassan Mwakinyo is held in 3rd September, 2022 M& Bank Arena in Liverpool UK. One can ask himself how to watch or live stream Liam Smith and Hassan Mwakinyo fight.

Yes don’t worry you can  watch or Livestream this fight via Sky Sports here. If you’re from Tanzania the fight between Liam Smith and Hassan Mwakinyo will be live in Azam Sports HD. Also coverage of this fight will be live on Sky Sports YouTube and Facebook live you can also watch it through Sky Sports Action channel number 408.

CV ya Liam Smith – Liam Smith CV/Profile

Liam Smith was born and raised in Liverpool by his parents alongside his 5 siblings. Smith started boxing at Rotunda ABC during his teenage years and states boxing saved him from getting in trouble on the streets.“But I was doing other daft stuff, like getting brought home by police, smashing windows, fighting on the streets and other little silly things that lead up to going off the rails. But when I started boxing it would keep me in at night.

Liam Smith was born and raised in Liverpool by his parents alongside his 5 siblings. Smith started boxing at Rotunda ABC during his teenage years and states boxing saved him from getting in trouble on the streets.“But I was doing other daft stuff, like getting brought home by police, smashing windows, fighting on the streets and other little silly things that lead up to going off the rails. But when I started boxing it would keep me in at night.”

Liam Smith made his professional debut at light-middleweight on 10 October 2008 against Duncan Cottier at the Everton Park Sports Centre, Liverpool. In a four-round fight, Smith won on points as referee Steve Gray scored it (40-36). This was part of a stacked card by Queensberry Promotions which also had future world titlists such as Nathan Cleverly, Anthony Crolla, Tony Bellew as well as Liam’s older brother Stephen.[5] In his second pro fight, Smith defeated John Van Emmenis via first-round technical knockout (TKO). Smith only fought twice in 2009, outpointing Kevin McCauley and Darren Gethin in four round contests. Smith fought three times in 2010, first a 4-round points win over Billy Smith, a (38-38) points draw against Terry Carruthers and a second round TKO of veteran Matt Scriven.

After a 9-month lay off, Smith fought twice again in 2011, a third-round knockout (KO) off Barrie Jones and a first-round KO of Gerard Healy. Healy dropped to one knee from a body shot and right uppercut and was counted out. 2012 was the most active year from Smith since his pro debut as he fought five times, an 8 rounds points win against Paul Morby, a first-round TKO win against Andrew Patterson, a six-round points win against Dee Mitchell and a 10-round points win against Gary McMillan, which was a British light-middleweight title eliminator. At the age of 24, this left Smith with a record of 12 wins, 5 by way of knockout, 1 draw and no losses.

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Hassan Mwakinyo CV/Profile

Halfan Hythani Hamza (known as Hassan Mwakinyo; born on March 15, 1995 in Tanga region) is an expert in professional boxing and boxing from Tanzania. He is a middleweight boxer. Until 2018, Mwakinyo was ranked number 235 in the world and number 1 in Africa in boxing of his weight. He has been involved in boxing since 2015 at the age of 20. He is 5 feet 8 inches tall.

Hassan Mwakinyo ranking in Africa and in the world

Hassan Mwakinyo as a Middleweight boxer, according to data released by Boxrec in February, 2022 Hassan Mwakinyo was ranked number 10 in the world in Welterweight division and number 1 in Africa in the same category.

Liam Smith vs Hassan Mwakinyo winner

The fight ended at round 4 after Hassan Mwakinyo get knee injury. Hence Liam Smith was declared winner by TKO hereinafter Technical Knock Out.

 

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