Callum John Smith is an English professional boxer known for his accomplishments in the super-middleweight division. Born on April 23, 1990, he is the youngest of the famous boxing Smith brothers, with his siblings Paul, Stephen, and Liam also being professional boxers.
As an amateur, Callum represented Rotunda ABC in Liverpool and achieved significant success domestically, winning the Great Britain welterweight title in 2010 and the Great Britain Middleweight title in 2011. He also represented GB Boxing internationally.
In his professional career, Callum Smith made his debut in October 2012 under the Matchroom Sport promotional banner and trained with Joe Gallagher in Manchester, following his brothers’ footsteps. He started his pro journey with clear points victories and gradually gained momentum.
Callum’s rise continued, and he earned regional titles such as the English super-middleweight title and the WBC International super-middleweight title. His impressive performance led him to win the World Boxing Super Series super-middleweight tournament in 2018, claiming the Muhammad Ali trophy.
Throughout his career, Callum Smith has showcased his boxing skills and power, earning him recognition and high rankings among the best active boxers in the light-heavyweight division and pound-for-pound lists.
With his achievements in the ring and being part of a talented boxing family, Callum John Smith has left a significant mark in the sport of boxing.