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Digital Subscriptions > Boxing News > 05 Mar > ‘I MADE MY CONCERNS CLEAR TO EDDIE HEARN’

‘I MADE MY CONCERNS CLEAR TO EDDIE HEARN’

Adam Smith talks to Elliot Worsell about exodus of British boxers
HEAD OF BOXING AT SKY SPORTS: Smith accepts things have not been ideal recently
Photo: MARK ROBINSON/MATCHROOM

HOW do you feel about so many British boxers wanting to fight in America at the moment?

It has always been the place to go.

I remember back in the 90s at Sky we had various small shows around Britain, but the big news was always in America. I don’t think that’s changed. I think what may have altered in the last five or six years is that suddenly thousands more are coming out to watch boxing in Britain. There was sort of a halcyon period of stadium shows and it caused a shift in the landscape. Britain, as opposed to the US, became the place to go.

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