Liam Smith vs Hassan Mwakinyo Sept 3 TV Watch Stream

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On Liam Smith vs Hassan Mwakinyo Sept 3 TV Watch Stream: Liam Smith, who successfully defeated Jessie Vargas in New York in April, will fight Tanzania’s Hassan Mwakinyo in the BOXXER main event on September 3. In three sanctioning organizations’ top five rankings, Smith (31-3-1, 18 KO) Mwakinyo (20-2, 14 KO) hasn’t lost since scrambling Sam Eggington in less than five minutes.

Liam Smith vs Hassan Mwakinyo Sept 3 TV Watch Stream

In three sanctioning organizations’ top five rankings, Smith (31-3-1, 18 KO) is included, and the press release states that this bout will “launch his quest for a second world championship chance.” A little bit of an exaggeration on their side; Mwakinyo (20-2, 14 KO) hasn’t lost since scrambling Sam Eggington in less than five minutes, but he’s been happy to fight African circuit middle-tier opponents.

Liam Smith vs Hassan Mwakinyo Sept 3 TV Watch Stream His most recent victory, a four-round victory over the severely underdog Julius Indongo, was the only significant one during that time period.

The other main event features mandatory challenger Shakan Pitters against British light heavyweight champion Dan Azeez (16-0, 11 KO) (17-1, 6 KO). Pitters briefly had that same belt in 2018 until losing through stoppage to Craig Richards, who then relinquished it to allow Azeez to defeat Hosea Burton.

Liam Smith vs Hassan Mwakinyo Sept 3 TV Watch Stream
Liam Smith vs Hassan Mwakinyo Sept 3 TV Watch Stream

Given that both guys are 32, this is a crucial chance for them to break through in Britain’s competitive 175-pound scene. There will be be competition between John Docherty (12-1, 8 KO), Adam Azim (5-0, 4 KO), and others.

Super’ Dan Azeez faces up against Adam “The Assassin” and Shakan Pitters to defend his British Light-Heavyweight Championship. A huge night of top-notch boxing features Azim as he continues to develop.

Burton fighter Frazer “Big Fraze” Clarke (2-0, 2 KOs), fresh off his dramatic knockout victory over Esteban Bracamonte in Bournemouth last month, is quickly returning to the ring for more heavyweight mayhem.

When he steps into the ring in Liverpool, Clarke, who led the Team GB boxing squad to a bronze medal at the 2020 Olympic Games, will be making his third professional appearance.

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