British super middleweight Paul Smith says he is better prepared both physically and mentally for his rematch with WBO titleholder Arthur Abraham and vows to emerge victorious when the pair meet for a second time this Saturday in Berlin, Germany.
Super middleweight Paul Smith is ‘100 percent confident’ he will defeat WBO titlist Arthur Abraham in their Feb. 21 rematch at the O2 World Arena in Berlin, Germany, according to promoter Matchroom Sport.
Fans share their thoughts on Andre Ward, Danny Garcia and Guillermo Rigondeaux, ask Dougie’s opinions on fighters who overcame severe injuries during tough fights and return bouts that never happened, and pose a few mythical (and potential) matchups in this week’s Friday mailbag. Enjoy!
English heavyweight David Price will fight in Berlin, Germany, on Feb. 21, as part of the card supporting the super middleweight title rematch between WBO beltholder Arthur Abraham and Paul Smith.
British super middleweight Paul Smith says he’s relieved and elated to secure an immediate rematch with WBO titleholder Arthur Abraham on Feb. 21 in Berlin, Germany. Smith lost a lopsided decision to Abraham in September that most viewed as a razor-thin fight.
Although WBO super middleweight titlist Arthur Abraham defeated Paul Smith on Sept. 27, the WBO has seemingly declared a rematch be discussed for Feb. 21.
Following Paul Smith’s controversial decision loss to WBO 168-pound beltholder Arthur Abraham, Smith’s promoter requested the WBO to make him Abraham’s mandatory challenger. That request was shot down. Here’s what Smith and his trainer have to say about the ruling.
In Lem Satterfield’s latest notebook, we get the hows and whys regarding the WBO denying an immediate super middleweight title rematch to Paul Smith.
Fans share their displeasure with the official scorecards of Arthur Abraham’s unanimous decision over Paul Smith, their excitement for Artur Beterbiev, plus their questions about Keith Thurman, Deontay Wilder, the Klitschko-Pulev fight and much more in this week’s Monday mailbag.
Arthur Abraham defended his WBO super middleweight title against Paul Smith by way of unanimous decision in Germany on Saturday, however the lopsided official scorecards — 117-111 (twice) and 119-109 — do not come close to telling the story of the fight.
It looks like RING junior featherweight champion Guillermo Rigondeaux is looking for a new opponent since Top Rank Promotions seemingly pulled his WBO mandatory, Chris Avalos out of their scheduled fight.
Paul Smith challenges for his first world title on Saturday when he faces Arthur Abraham for the WBO super middleweight belt in Germany. The popular Liverpool native, a huge underdog, spoke to RingTV.com contributor Tom Gray about his opportunity.
WBO super middleweight beltholder Arthur Arthur Abraham will be after his fifth consecutive victory against Paul Smith on Sept. 27 at The Sparkassen-Arena in Kiel, Germany, Sauerland Events announced on Sunday.
Nikola Sjekloca he knows exactly how to defeat WBO super middleweight titlist Arthur Abraham on May 3.