Advertisement
Advertisement

Omar Henry-Ishe Smith in The Works For Nov. 16?

By Ryan Burton

BoxingScene.com has been advised that a fight between undefeated prospect Omar Henry (12-0-1, 9KOs) and former Contender Series participant Ishe Smith (24-5, 11KOs) is being discussed for the November 16th edition of ShoBox. According to our sources the fight has been verbally agreed to but no contracts have been signed.

Don King, who promotes Henry, has the date reserved and is looking to place the card in a venue in Miami, Florida.

Undefeated former amateur standout Angelo Santana (13-0, 10KOs) will also appear on the televised portion of the card against veteran Paulus Moses (29-2, 19KOs). The Cuban will face an opponent to be determined.

Send questions or comments to [email protected] Follow Ryan on Twitter @ringsidewriter and tune in to The Boxing Lab, BoxingScene's official audio on Tuesdays. The show is hosted by Ernie Gabion, Luis Sandoval and Ryan Burton

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by jtcs1981 on 10-04-2012

I thought Henry was moving on with his Hollywood career.

Comment by ddangerous on 10-04-2012

I bet this fight got made because Ishe called Henry a "bum" when he almost got knocked out by Floyd in sparring. [url]http://www.boxingscene.com/ishe-mayweather-damn-near-knocked-out-omar-henry--50910[/url] I wanna see this one.

Comment by S@rgentKO on 10-04-2012

I hope Ishe puts a beating on this clown!

Comment by PRBOXINGCOTTO on 10-04-2012

Finally Henry is fighting and stepping up his career is being brought up very slow even though boxing is second on his agenda good to see him back

Comment by New England on 10-04-2012

nice fight if they acutally put t thing on, but i won't believe it until they're in the ring. henry is an idiot, and smith just has bad luck.

Post a Comment/View More User Comments (5)
Top Headlines Artur Szpilka Has Surgery on Left Hand, Wants Charles Martin Arum Wonders if Amir Khan Can Pull Off a Super Bowl Upset Tyson Fury Going in New Direction? Says 'Massive Fight' Coming Dmitry Chudinov Blows Through Marat Huzeeva in Moscow Mariusz Wach's Ring Return Being Positioned For May 14 Adrian Granat Has Two Fights Set; Sprott Faces Hammer on 3/18 Joseph Diaz-Jayson Velez Set For Ward-Barrera HBO Card Lanell Bellows: Nobody Can Match My Work Ethic Hearn, Mayweather To Join Forces For UK Boxing Events Gutierrez Set For Hometown Appearance, Wants Santa Cruz Next Frank Warren Takes Aim at Boxers Having Overgrown Beards Marquez Wants 147 For Cotto, 152/153 Rehydration Clause Campillo: Kovalev Can Beat Ward, Beterbiev a Bigger Puncher Roach: Not Scared of Atlas, Don't Give a Sh*t About His Stories! McGuigan Warns Joshua To Avoid Charles Martin, For Now Frank Warren: British Boxing Showing Strength With Title Fights Promoter: Bradley Should Not Target Pacquiao's Shoulder Deontay Wilder is on a Mission To 'Beat Povetkin, Unify All Titles' Golovkin's Coach: No Catch-Weight For Amir Khan Cano: I Have The Experience To Beat Lucas Matthysse Barrera: With a Good Strategy, Canelo Can Beat Golovkin Arum: Gilberto Ramirez is The Complete Opposite of Chavez Jr. Daniel Roman Continues To Roll Forward, Beats Robles Thurman: Brook Went 12, Do I Stop Porter? I Plan To Hurt Him! Marquez, Sulaiman Disagree on Canelo-Khan Being Mismatch Photos/Weights: Alex Saucedo vs. Clarence Booth, More Roy Jones Jr. To Fight Again - Against a 'Fan' in Odd PPV Event! Gabriel Campillo Explains Decision To Retire From Boxing Eddie Gomez Extends Pact With Golden Boy Promotions Roman Martinez-Miguel Berchelt Lands at Poliforum Zamna, 3/12 Thurman: Khan Took 'Easier' Canelo, Brook Tougher For Him McJoe Arroyo-Jerwin Ancajas Heads To The Philippines on 4/16 Povetkin's Promoter: I Think We'll Reach Wilder Deal Without Bids McWilliams Arroyo Confident He Can Shock Roman Gonzalez Froch: I Think About a Comeback Every Day, But I'm Realistic Felix Verdejo Has April Fight Set For Puerto Rico Willie Monroe Return is Pushed Back After Opponent Snafu Santa Cruz vs. Martinez: Hunter, Mendez, Marrero Added Marquez: Khan Can Win, But Canelo Can KO Him at Any Time Roman Gonzalez-McWilliams Arroyo Done For Golovkin-Wade
Advertisement

Latest Active Forum Threads
Advertisement
Advertisement