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Press Release from Universal Boxing Federation (UBF):

Sam Smith vs Christina Linardatou
UBF International Lightweight Championship Bout

The battle of the Undefeated

Christina Linardatou vs Sam Smith

There is something special when two undefeated fighters are set to square off with one another, something magical occurs when both participants step between those ropes and face off before the bell rings. In boxing a clash of undefeated fighters is the perfect combination to arouse one’s curiosity or interest in a fascinating matchup and thanks to Lee Murtagh’s Saoirse Promotions the fans of the sweet science will receive just that as Sam Smith battles Christina “The Black Mamba” Linardatou for the vacant Universal Boxing Federation (UBF) International lightweight title.

Sam Smith (5-0, 4 KO’s), of Leeds is no stranger to championship bouts, Smith has won many regional titles including but not limited to the EBF British title and Commonwealth championship titles. Besides being known for her beautiful smile and heavy hands, Smith is also known for her addiction of testing herself against all challenges and that included the current Dominican lightweight champion Christina Linardatou.

One of the sport’s best kept secrets is the woman simply known as “The Black Mamba”, the Dominican Republic born Christina Linardatou (6-0, 4 KO’s), is no stranger to combat sports, Linardatou at age 11 moved to her father’s country of Greece where she now resides, but in 2004 her desire to combat sports brought her into kickboxing and later boxing. In her last bout Linardatou won a unanimous decision against Yoseidy Zarzuela for the vacant Dominican Republic female lightweight title. Now Linardatou wants to test her skills against another champion and on November 29th she will face off against current champion Sam Smith.

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