How to watch Dalton Smith vs Sam O'maison
BBN have provided viewers with all the details below to tune in and watch the Sheffield City derby between Dalton 'Thunder' Smith (11-0, 9KO) and Sam 'The Sensation' O'maison (17-3-1, 7KO) on the 218th day of the year.
Full details below:
The fight takes place on Saturday, August 6.
The event begins at 4pm, then the main card starts from 7pm.
It takes place at the Sheffield Arena, making it a local derby between the two Yorkshire tykes.
12 three-minute championship rounds at super-lightweight (140lbs).
The vacant British super-lightweight title is on the line, a title once held by Ricky Hatton in 2000.
The ring walks are expected from around 10pm UK time, but that will depend on the undercard results.
TV & Live Stream
You can watch the main card via the DAZN App from 7pm, which can be streamed via phone, tablet, PlayStation, XBox, or smart TV.
BBN will be providing LIVE round-by-round results on fight night HERE
DAZN subscription costs £7.99 per month.
Tickets are priced from £40, available via StubHub HERE
There's a whole host of up and coming talent on display, with unbeaten prospects Hopey Price, Campbell Hatton, Aqib Fiaz, and Johnny Fisher all in action.
Cruiserweight Jordan 'Troublesome' Thompson going for his first ever title against Vasil Ducar should be a standout fight on the card. The Mancunian has stopped 11 from 13 opponents and this 10-round IBF European title contest will be his first championship bout of his professional career.
Dalton Smith is one of the hottest prospects in world boxing, known as Sheffield’s most successful amateur boxer of all time. The 25-year-old claimed his first pro title at Manchester Arena in May 2021, dominating Lee Appleyard and forcing a punishing sixth-round stoppage to earn the vacant English super-lightweight belt. He added the vacant WBA Intercontinental title to his collection by widely outpointing Spain’s Brian Pelaez at the Worthersee Stadium in Klagenfurt, Austria four months later.
Then, he halted Ray Moylette in the 10th and final round of a one-sided contest for the WBC International Silver strap at the First Direct Arena in Leeds in March before defending that belt with a sixth-round stoppage win over tough Argentinian Mauro Perouene earlier this month in Cardiff. This could be a chance for the top talent to claim a fourth title in his 12th pro fight.
Standing in his way of the Lonsdale belt is Sam O’maison, a former English super-lightweight champion ho shared two close contests with Luton’s Kay Prospere in 2019, drawing the first and losing the second, before returning to winning ways with a points win over Serge Ambomo in May.
Tim Rickson, BBN Editor: “Sam is a former English titlist and he has my utmost respect, but I believe this fight with Smith is a mismatch. It's a great fight for Sheffield, but I'm quite sure O'maison is going to be stopped in this fight, I'd estimate around the middle rounds – 5 to 6.”
Smith: BoxRec #10 (UK)
O'maison: BoxRec #26 (UK)
Betway Betting Odds
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