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    Default Re: Callum Smith v John Ryder

    good finish there

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    Default Re: Callum Smith v John Ryder

    Smith let's his hands go in the 5th and stops Glover knocking him down twice and the ref stopping it. Good performance.
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    Default Re: Callum Smith v John Ryder

    Smith and Ryder during their ring walks


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    Default Re: Callum Smith v John Ryder

    Callum Smith boxing safely at distance in the 1st round but Ryder was competitive.

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    Default Re: Callum Smith v John Ryder

    Am I right in thinking that Smith struggled with shorter fighters earlier in his career?

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    Default Re: Callum Smith v John Ryder

    Ryder was doing well at the start of the 2nd landing good combinations and keeping Callum on the ropes but Smith let his hands go to take the 2nd round too.

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    Default Re: Callum Smith v John Ryder

    Ryder has fast hands and feet to get in and out in the 3rd but when Smith picks up the pace and combinations he is a class above.

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    Default Re: Callum Smith v John Ryder

    Quote Originally Posted by Batman View Post
    Am I right in thinking that Smith struggled with shorter fighters earlier in his career?
    Can't think of who.
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    Default Re: Callum Smith v John Ryder

    Smith right eye cut at the end 4th round with a head clash. Ryder did well in the round and Callum laying on the ropes too much and slow.

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    Default Re: Callum Smith v John Ryder

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    Am I right in thinking that Smith struggled with shorter fighters earlier in his career?
    Can't think of who.
    I'm pretty sure that there was a little Mexican or Argentinian that he made real hard work of and I'm sure there might have been another one or two as well

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    Default Re: Callum Smith v John Ryder

    Ryder is game and boxing smart in the 5th. The rounds are close and Smith is the better when he let's his hands go but Ryder does better in the round.

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    Default Re: Callum Smith v John Ryder

    Quote Originally Posted by Batman View Post
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    Am I right in thinking that Smith struggled with shorter fighters earlier in his career?
    Can't think of who.
    I'm pretty sure that there was a little Mexican or Argentinian that he made real hard work of and I'm sure there might have been another one or two as well
    Callum is struggling to impress here. I think when he is not motivated and scared of his opponent he does not do well.
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    Default Re: Callum Smith v John Ryder

    Smith landing better shots in the 6th and now finding his range and target.

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    Default Re: Callum Smith v John Ryder

    Ryder forcing his fight against Smith in the 7th and forcing him on the ropes.

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    Default Re: Callum Smith v John Ryder

    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Batman View Post
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    Am I right in thinking that Smith struggled with shorter fighters earlier in his career?
    Can't think of who.
    I'm pretty sure that there was a little Mexican or Argentinian that he made real hard work of and I'm sure there might have been another one or two as well
    Callum is struggling to impress here. I think when he is not motivated and scared of his opponent he does not do well.
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