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GORILLA IN THE MIST

Box-office bouts are on the horizon for Smith, but only if he gets past Ryder, writes Paul Wheeler
DESERVING: Ryder has earned his world title crack with a string of good wins

AFTER three consecutive fights outside of the UK, Liverpool’s Callum Smith returns home this Saturday (November 23) to defend his WBA super-middleweight crown for the second time. Performing at the M&S Bank Arena on Merseyside, the unbeaten 29-year-old takes on his mandatory challenger, countryman and Matchroom Boxing teammate, John Ryder.

“It’s good to be back in Liverpool,” stated Smith. “I said when I turned professional that I was good enough to win a world title and bring it home to the city. Now this is my chance to perform in front of my own fans.

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