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Stats Of A UBO Champion: Dhafir Smith

 
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February 3, 2019 / BY UBO PRESS OFFICER

 
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Many very talented boxers have held Universal Boxing Organization™ (UBO) titles through-out the years. Some more famous than others, some who went on to become famous, and some who are currently on the way towards a break-through. This is Stats Of A UBO Champion!

 
 
  
NAME:    DHAFIR SMITH (USA) 
 
DATE OF BIRTH:    SEPTEMBER 23 - 1982 
 
HOMETOWN:    UPPER DARBY, PENSYLVANIA, USA 
 
ALIAS:    NO FEAR
 
UBO TITLE:    INTERNATIONAL SUPER MIDDLEWEIGHT (12.11.2010) 
 
RESULT / OPPONENT:    W12 OVER JEFF LACY (USA): 25-3 (17) 
 
RECORD AT THE TIME:    23-19-7 (4)  -  A PRO FOR 9 YEARS & 9 MONTHS
 
CURRENT RECORD:    27-25-7 (4)     375 ROUNDS, KO PERCENTAGE: 7
 
PRO DEBUT:    MARCH 7 - 2001 (PHILADELPHIA, USA) 
 
STANCE:    ORTHODOX
 
HEIGHT:    173 CM. 
 
REACH:    N / A 
 
OTHER TITLES WON:    PENSYLVANIA STATE LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT (2012) 
 
FUTURE: 

- Beating former IBF World Champion Jeff ”Left Hook” Lacy for the UBO International Super Middleweight title in December of 2010, would turn out to be the peak of Dhafir Smith´s career.

Following that victory, which was very decisive (UD12) in Lacy´s hometown, Smith lost his next three fights against very good opposition. In 2012 he moved up in weight and won the Pensylvania State Light Heavyweight title.

Smith has not boxed since losing his Light Heavyweight belt to Tommy Karpency in 2014, and while he is still only thirty-six years old he has probably retired from the sport for good.

 
 
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