Callum Smith vs Hassan N'Dam

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Callum Smith vs Hassan N'Dam
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Average: 2.5 (6 votes)

Date: 
Saturday, June 1, 2019
Location: 
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USA
Rounds Scheduled: 
12
Contracted Weight: 
168
Titles at Stake: 
WBA Super Middleweight World Title (Smith's 1st defence)
Referee: 
Charlie Fitch

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Fan Cards: Callum Smith vs Hassan N'Dam


scorecard by STATICERUPTION
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CALLUM SMITH
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20
HASSAN N'DAM
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scorecard by POWERPUNCHER999
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CALLUM SMITH
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HASSAN N'DAM
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scorecard by SALTNUTZ1
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CALLUM SMITH
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HASSAN N'DAM
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scorecard by MARTIN EDEN
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CALLUM SMITH
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HASSAN N'DAM
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scorecard by DIEGOYEYE
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CALLUM SMITH
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20
HASSAN N'DAM
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scorecard by GOOSU
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CALLUM SMITH
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20
HASSAN N'DAM
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scorecard by MINIMAXBOXING
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CALLUM SMITH
10
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20
HASSAN N'DAM
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scorecard by NF82
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CALLUM SMITH
10
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20
HASSAN N'DAM
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scorecard by CHAMPION97
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CALLUM SMITH
10
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20
HASSAN N'DAM
8
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16


scorecard by GOLD
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CALLUM SMITH
10
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20
HASSAN N'DAM
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16


scorecard by WILLIAMBOXING
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CALLUM SMITH
10
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20
HASSAN N'DAM
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16


scorecard by PETIEROACH
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CALLUM SMITH
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20
HASSAN N'DAM
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16


Comments

What???!!!

Is this one official ???

Champion97's picture

Prediction,

Smith proved himself at world level when he beat George Groves, beat him by stoppage, landed that counter left hook off the back foot, and finished the fight with that body shot, against a prime Groves, who was still young, but experienced, got the best win a Smith brother has ever got.

N'Dam is not bad, got good skills, terrible balance, poor chin, been down at least 11 times, and he is very easy to hit clean in exchanges, any decent counter puncher can punish him, but he has good skills, is awkward, can punch a bit. N'Dam got a good win last time out, on the Warrington vs Frampton undercard, beat Martin Murray, that's probably his best career win, I think Murray was poor, but N'Dam boxed well, didn't expect him to perform that well after losing by stoppage to Ryota Murata.

I don't think this will be an entertaining fight, N'Dam can frustrate Smith by being negative and trying to survive, it might take Smith a few rounds to find his range, walk N'Dam down, but Smith can cut off the ring, and with N'Dam's chin, his bad balance as well, Smith can put him down quite easily, I don't think N'Dam can out box Smith even for a few rounds, because Smith is a counter puncher, has great variety, knows when to throw.

N'Dam is a at a size disadvantage in this fight, he hasn't fought at super middleweight in 3 years, has never had a scheduled super middleweight 12 round fight, and Smith is big for the weight. I think once Smith has N'Dam hurt, he will finish him quickly, I don't think N'Dam has the survival skill to kill time and recover, and I think he will struggle to get Smith's respect power wise, especially at this weight, and if he tries to get on his bike, I think Smith will sustain his attack, N'Dam didn't getbstopped against Lemieux, Smith might not be the fastest on his feet, but he's definitely faster than Lemieux. When N'Dam was hurt against Quillin, he tried to fight his way out of trouble, and I think if he does that against Smith, he will get knocked out.

Smith is unpredictable in terms of whether or not he will be at his best, he looked poor in the WBSS semi-final, didn't do great against Skoglund, or Blackledge, but of course he made a big statement against Fielding, and he was at his best against Groves.

I'd be surprised if this went past 6, it definitely shouldn't go to the late rounds, I think it will be a lacklustre fight for 3 or 4 rounds, Smith will win the rounds by default, and he'll stop N'Dam in 5.

I think Smith will be decent in this fight, it will be a solid performance, but not his best, because he is at his best when he is challenged, and I don't think N'Dam can challenge Smith.

Champion97's picture

There are a lot of fights out there for Callum Smith, Billy Joe Saunders wants to fight him, Bivol as well, and although you don't see many fighters coming down from a weight they seem strong enough at, if Bivol could make 168, that would be a big fight, would be easy to make in terms of the network, in terms of the managerial stuff, but for those reasons, the Saunders fight seems less likely.

I don't think 168 is a weak division at all, Groves and DeGale have retired, and Ramirez has moved up, but Smith, Plant, very good fighters, Benavidez seems like a very talented fighter, Saunders is a good fighter as well and he has the WBO title, there are divisions that aren't the strongest, 154, 135, 122, and 200 seems to be the weakest at this stage, but 168 is on a high.

petieroach's picture

Saunders, Bivol, Canelo and Danny Jacobs are all options for Callum smith up next