Liam Smith Net Worth

Liam Smith’s net worth is $4 million. He is a British professional Boxer. He has won 32 fights in his career facing 3 defeats and earned thousands of dollars from them and also from sponsors so Mashoor estimates his net worth to be around $4 million.

Liam Smith Biography

Liam Smith is a British professional Boxer who held the WBO light-middleweight title from 2015 to 2016, and previously the British and Commonwealth light-middleweight titles between 2012 and 2015.

He was brought into this world on 27, July 1988 in Liverpool, Merseyside, England. He has 3 siblings named Paul Smith, Stephen Smith and Callum Smith. His brothers are also professional boxers. He has more than 102k followers on Instagram – liambeefysmith.

As per Wikipedia he won 31 fights and loose 3 fights and have tie 1 time out of 35 fights in his professional career.

Personal Details

Real NameLiam Mark Smith 
Age34 years
Date of Birth 27 July, 1988
BirthplaceLiverpool, Merseyside, England
Zodiac SignLeo


FatherPaul Smith, Sr.
MotherMargaret Smith
SiblingsCallum Smith, Paul Smith, Stephen Smith
WifeAshley Ho


SchoolYet To Update
UniversityYet To Update
QualificationYet To Update

Physical Statistics

Height5’9 Feet
177 cm
1.77 m
WeightYet To Update
Hair ColorBrown
Eye ColorBlue

Early Life

Liam Smith was raised in Liverpool by his parents and five other relatives. Smith started boxing at Rotunda ABC when he was young, and he claims that boxing kept him from getting into trouble on the streets. “But I was also engaging in other nonsensical behaviour, such as being hauled back by police, smashing windows, engaging in street combat, and other minimally senseless activities that prepared me for acting erratically. In any event, I would be kept until dusk when I started to enclose.”

In Liverpool, Liam Smith fought for Rotunda ABC. He has won the ABA Championships twice, in 2007 and 2008, both times competing at light welterweight. He destroyed Luke Gray (of Stevenage ABC) in 2007 and Steve Turner in 2008. (of the British Army).

On October 10, 2008, Liam Smith faced Duncan Cottier in a light-middleweight bout at the Everton Park Sports Center in Liverpool. Smith prevailed in a four-round fight on points awarded by the referee Steve Gray (40-36). This was crucial for a packed Queensberry Promotions bill that also featured future world champions like Nathan Cleverly, Anthony Crolla, Tony Bellew, and Liam’s older brother Stephen.

Smith defeated John Van Emmenis in his next professional match by first-round TKO (TKO). In two fights in 2009, Smith defeated Darren Gethin and Kevin McCauley in four-round contests. In 2010, Smith fought several times, first defeating Billy Smith in four rounds, Terry Carruthers in a 38-38 decision, and veteran Matt Scriven in the second round via TKO.

After a 9-month break, Smith returned to the ring twice in 2011, defeating Barrie Jones in the third round and Gerard Healy in the first. After taking a body punch and a right uppercut, Healy knelt to the ground and was eliminated. Since his professional debut, Smith has fought numerous times. In 2012, he defeated Paul Morby in 8 rounds of focused action, Andrew Patterson in 1 round via TKO, Dee Mitchell in 6 rounds, and Gary McMillan in 10 rounds of focused action, which served as a British light-middleweight title eliminator. At the age of 24, Liam Smith had a record of 12 victories, 5 of which came by way of knockout, one draw, and no defeats.

Boxing Career

After all was said and done, Liam Smith won his final fight of 2015 against Steve O’Meara (16-2, 5 KOs) for the vacant Commonwealth light-middleweight title on December 15 at the ExCel Arena in London. Smith destroyed O’Meara in cycle 1 and won the conflict on all three scorecards (118-110, 116-112 twice). After a 6-month hiatus, Smith returned to his former Liverpool neighbourhood to defeat understudy Max Maxwell on the strength of six rounds.

36Win32–3–1Hassan Mwakinyo3 Sep 2022
35Win31–3–1Jessie Vargas30 Apr 2022
34Win30–3–1Anthony Fowler9 Oct 2021
33Loss29–3–1Magomed Kurbanov7 May 2021
32Win29–2–1Roberto García20 Dec 2019
31Win28–2–1Mario Alberto Lozano24 Aug 2019
30Win27–2–1Sam Eggington30 Mar 2019
29Loss26–2–1Jaime Munguía21 Jul 2018
28Win26–1–1Liam Williams11 Nov 2017
27Win25–1–1Liam Williams8 Apr 2017
26Win24–1–1Marian Cazacu18 Mar 2017
25Loss23–1–1Canelo Álvarez17 Sep 2016
24Win23–0–1Predrag Radošević4 Jun 2016
23Win22–0–1Jimmy Kelly19 Dec 2015
22Win21–0–1John Thompson10 Oct 2015
21Win20–0–1David Ezequiel Romero18 Apr 2015
20Win19–0–1Robert Talarek6 Mar 2015
19Win18–0–1Zoltan Sera25 Oct 2014
18Win17–0–1Jason Welborn26 Jul 2014
17Win16–0–1Mark Thompson7 Dec 2013
16Win15–0–1Erick Ochieng21 Sep 2013
15Win14–0–1Max Maxwell28 Jun 2013
14Win13–0–1Steve O’Meara15 Dec 2012
13Win12–0–1Gary McMillan9 Nov 2012
12Win11–0–1Dee Mitchell21 Sep 2012
11Win10–0–1Andrew Patterson25 May 2012
10Win9–0–1Paul Morby25 Feb 2012
9Win8–0–1Gerard Healy15 Oct 2011
8Win7–0–1Barrie Jones17 Sep 2011
7Win6–0–1Matt Scriven11 Dec 2010
6Draw5–0–1Terry Caruthers4 Sep 2010
5Win5–0Billy Smith12 Mar 2010
4Win4–0Darren Gethin30 Oct 2009
3Win3–0Kevin McCauley14 Mar 2009
2Win2–0John Van Emmenis12 Dec 2008
1Win1–0Duncan Cottier10 Oct 2008

On September 21, 2015, at the Olympia, Liam Smith faced up against Kenyan-born Erick Ochieng (14-1, 4 Kos). Smith won the vacant British light-middleweight title with a 12-round decision victory on all scorecards (116-113, 117-112 twice). Smith effectively protected the title in December by stopping Mark Thompson (24-3, 15 KOs) in cycle 4.

In the third round, Thompson fell behind twice. Smith defended the championship one more in July 2014, this time defeating Jason Welborn (15-2, 16 KOs) in cycle 6. At the Echo Arena in Liverpool on October 25, 2014, Smith defeated Zoltan Sera (16-2, 10 KOs) to win the vacant WBA Continental light-middleweight title. In a second round head clash that required five joins, Liam Smith received a gash over his right eye, and as the fight drew to a close, Sera was destroyed. Smith engaged in another fight at the Echo Arena on March 6, 2015, this time against Robert Talarek. Smith prevailed via eighth-round TKO.

After fighting David Ezequiel Romero for a month in April, Smith defeated him by way of a seventh-round technical knockout to earn the vacant WBO Inter-Continental light-middleweight title. Before the fight came to an end, Romero was knocked out once in the third round, twice in the fifth, and once in the sixth. After the victory, Liam Smith had a record of 20 victories, 10 of which were by knockout, 1 draw, and no losses.


Who is Liam Smith ?

Liam Smith is a British Boxer.

When was Smith born ?

He was born on  27 July, 1988.

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