Liam Smith vs. Hassan Mwakinyo: Who is the Best? Date, venue, titles, tickets, live and pro records ahead of 2022 super-middleweight boxing encounter

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Liam Smith vs. Hassan Mwakinyo 2022 super-middleweight Preview:

Liam Smith vs. Hassan Mwakinyo is set to clash in a super-middleweight boxing showdown in 2022. The date, venue and tickets for the fight have all been announced, with both boxers boasting impressive professional records.

This is a boxing match that fans of the sport have been waiting for. Liam Smith and Hassan Mwakinyo are two of the best super-middleweights in the world and they will finally meet in the ring in 2022.

The date and venue for the fight have been announced and tickets are now on sale. This promises to be an exciting clash between two world-class boxers.

Liam Smith is a former world champion at super-welterweight and he has a professional record of 27 wins, 1 loss and 0 draws. He is a very experienced boxer who has fought some of the biggest names in the sport, including Canelo Alvarez, Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez and Liam “Beefy” Williams.

Hassan Mwakinyo is a rising star in the super-middleweight division and he has a perfect professional record of 15 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws. He is a young and upcoming boxer who is looking to make a name for himself by defeating a big name like Liam Smith.

Liam Smith competes on home soil for the first time since knocking out Jessie Vargas to win the WBO Inter-Continental light-middleweight title in New York in April when he takes on Hassan Mwakinyo, a Tanzanian known as ‘Tornado.’

Smith, who is aiming for another world title shot, faces an opponent who has scored knockout victories in his last three fights as the Liverpudlian begins his contract with promoters Boxxers.

Mwakinyo may be best known to UK fans after his two-round victory against Sam Eggington in Birmingham in 2018, a victory that hinted he would be unfazed by a home crowd.

Smith boasts a 31-win-three-loss record, but his loss against Magomed Kurbanov last year derailed his career.

He is now hungry to advance in the ranks and will want to make an impression against Mwakinyo.

When is the fight between Liam Smith and Hassan Mwakinyo?

The fight will take place on September 3, 2022. Ringwalks are expected at about 10 pm BST.

Where is the fight between Liam Smith and Hassan Mwakinyo taking place?

The fight will take place in Liverpool’s Echo Arena. Smith has won on all ten occasions he has fought there.

Smith last fought at the Arena in March 2019, when he defeated Eggington in five rounds to earn the vacant WBC Silver light-middleweight title.
Mwakinyo is fighting in the UK for the second time following his victory over Eggington.
The 27-year-old has spent most of his career fighting in Tanzania, despite being a Miami resident.

Where can I watch Liam Smith vs. Hassan Mwakinyo?

Smith vs. Hassan Mwakinyo will be shown live on Sky Sports Arena, showing the entire card beginning at 7 pm BST.

Sky Sports Main Event will also broadcast the last phases of the card, beginning at about 9.30 pm BST.

Sky Sports subscribers can watch the show live on their mobile, tablet, or computer devices via the broadcaster’s app.

If not, a Sky Sports Day Pass can be purchased through NowTV for £9.99.

How to Purchase Liam Smith vs. Hassan Mwakinyo Tickets

Vendors’ Tickets for the fight are now available from Ticketmaster for prices ranging from £114.50 to £282.50.

According to the marketplace, resale tickets start at £55.25.

Who is on the undercard of Liam Smith vs. Hassan Mwakinyo?

  • Hassan Mwakinyo vs. Liam Smith
  • Patricia Berghult against Natasha Jonas
  • TBA vs. Frazer Clarke
  • Shakan Pitters vs. Dan Azeez
  • Diego Costa vs. John Docherty
  • Michael Webster vs. Nathan Quarless
  • TBA vs. Adam Azim
  • TBA vs. Tal Singh
  • TBA vs. Paddy Lacey
  • TBA vs. Frankie Stringer

Liam Smith’s career achievements and titles:

Smith’s warring family is constantly mentioned in conjunction with any discussion of the 34-year-own old’s quite respectable career thus far.

Paul, a former British super-middleweight champion and world title candidate, is one of his boxing siblings, while his younger brother Callum has earned belts and honors such as the World Boxing Super Series.

Callum Smith proved he is still a dangerous fighter by brutally knocking out Mathieu Bauderlique on the undercard of Oleksandr Usyk’s victory over Anthony Joshua, and Liam Smith has an excellent KO record, ending 18 of his 31 wins early.

Smith’s victory against Steve O’Meara at London’s Excel Arena in 2012 earned him his first belt, the Commonwealth light-middleweight title, and the British version came a year later, with another points victory over Erick Ochieng.

Smith won the WBO light-middleweight championship by knocking out John Thompson at Manchester Arena in October 2015, and he successfully defended it twice by knocking out his next two opponents.

In September 2016, Smith was credited by many for taking on arguably the most significant task possible in front of a large crowd at AT&T Stadium in Texas, defeating one of the best operators ever to stalk the ring, Canelo Alvarez, via a ninth-round knockout.
Smith has won eight matches since then, including two consecutive victories over British rival Liam Williams and a victory over Anthony Fowler in October 2021 to earn the WBA International light-middleweight title.

Smith showed his determination to enter the lion’s den before defeating Fowler when he traveled to Russia to face unbeaten Magomed Kurbanov for the vacant WBO International light-middleweight title.

Smith was defeated by a unanimous decision at the Yekaterinburg Sports Palace, but this has not discouraged him from pursuing another shot at glory at the highest level.

He currently has a record of 31 victories (18 by KO), three losses, and one draw.

Hassan Mwakinyo’s career achievements and titles:

Mwakinyo has less experience than Smith, starting his professional career at Tanga in 2015.

In his third fight, he was knocked out by Shabani Kaoneka in the National Indoor Stadium in Dar-Es-Salam in 2016, but he has not been stopped since.
In August 2017, he won his first international title, the WBA Pan African super-welterweight crown, with a knockout victory over Namibian fighter Anthony Jarmann in Botswana.

Mwakinyo, like Smith, was defeated in Russia, losing by unanimous decision to Lendrush Akopian in a fight for the vacant WBC Youth World title in Moscow, when he was knocked out in the fourth round.

Mwakinyo won the World Boxing Federation Intercontinental championship in 2020 and successfully defended it once as part of a three-fight winning streak.

The most significant of these was a stoppage of former unified world champion Julius Indongo in September 2021, which added to Mwakinyo’s power-punching credentials earned through victories against the likes of Eggington.

He currently has a record of 20 wins (14 by KO) and two losses.

Smith has confessed that he had other opponents in mind but is pleased to fight Mwakinyo because Sky believes he poses a threat.

“He’s a dangerman in the sense that he swings wild and is fairly heavy-handed,” Smith said, calling Mwakinyo “not bad.” ” But at this level, I should be aware of such things.

“Funnily enough, for two of his fights, he was instructed by my coaches, Joe McNally and Declan O’Rourke.”

“I’m not afraid to take the fight because of how the spar went.” I’m also not going to make too many conclusions from the spar. Sparring is simply sparring.

“Put Hassan in front of me with 10-ounce gloves on, in fighting fit, in front of a crowd, with a little fear in my heart, and I think I’ll be far too good for Hassan.” I’m confident in my abilities and know I’ll finish the job.”

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