Stephen "Swifty" Smith (born 22 July 1985) is a British professional boxer best known for being former British and Commonwealth Featherweight champion, and as an amateur won the featherweight division at the 2006 Commonwealth Games and a bronze medal at the 2006 European Amateur Boxing Championships. He is the brother of fellow boxers Paul Smith, Liam Smith and Callum Smith.


Real name Stephen Smith
Nickname(s) Swifty
Rated at Featherweight
Super Featherweight
Nationality British
Born 22 July 1985 (age 28)
Liverpool
Boxing record
Total fights 18
Wins 17
Wins by KO 10
Losses 1 (1 KO)
Draws 0
No contests 0


 

Win 17-1 United Kingdom Gary Buckland KO 5 (12) 17 August 2013 Wales Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff, Wales Won BBBofC British super featherweight title
Win 16-1 Republic of Ireland Eddie Nesbitt KO 1 (6) 28 June 2013 England Olympia, Liverpool, England  
Win 15-1 Venezuela Jose Luis Graterol PTS 8 1 June 2012 England York Hall, Bethnal Green, London, England  
Win 14-1 United Kingdom Ben Jones TKO 1 (12) 2 March 2012 England The Troxy, Limehouse, London, England For vacant WBO Inter-Continental super featherweight title
Win 13-1 Hungary Arpad Vass KO 1 (8) 18 February 2012 Germany Olympiahalle, Munich, Bayern, Germany  
Loss 13-0 United Kingdom Lee Selby TKO 8 (12) 17 September 2011 England Olympia, Liverpool, England Lost both BBBofC British and Commonwealth (British Empire) featherweight titles
Win 12-0 United Kingdom John Simpson MD 12 27 April 2011 England Olympia, Liverpool, England Won BBBofC British featherweight title
Win 11-0 United Kingdom John Simpson SD 12 4 September 2010 Scotland Kelvin Hall, Glasgow, Scotland Won Commonwealth (British Empire) featherweight title
Win 10-0 United Kingdom Jason Thomas TKO 1 (8) 12 March 2010 England Echo Arena, Liverpool, England  
Win 9-0 United Kingdom Chris Riley PTS 4 5 December 2009 England Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle, England  
Win 8-0 United Kingdom Gavin Reid PTS 8 30 October 2009 England Echo Arena, Liverpool, England  
Win 7-0 Hungary Zsolt Nagy PTS 6 22 May 2009 England York Hall, Bethnal Green, London, England  
Win 6-0 United Kingdom Steve Gethin RTD 1 (4) 28 February 2009 England National Indoor Arena, Birmingham, England  
Win 5-0 United Kingdom Anthony Hanna PTS 4 12 December 2008 England Kingsway Leisure Centre, Widnes, England  
Win 4-0 United Kingdom Sid Razak TKO 3 (4) 31 October 2008 England Aston Villa Leisure Centre, Birmingham, England  
Win 3-0 United Kingdom Robin Deakin TKO 2 (4) 10 October 2008 England Everton Park Sports Centre, Liverpool, England  
Win 2-0 Bulgaria Wladimir Borov TKO 1 (4) 6 September 2008 England M.E.N. Arena, Manchester, England  
Win 1-0 United Kingdom Shaun Walton KO 3 (4) 21 June 2008 England National Indoor Arena, Birmingham, England Professional debut