Dalton Smith vs Jose Zepeda on weight in Sheffield, England

Smith faces Zepeda for WBC 'Silver' belt live from Sheffield, England

Dalton Smith faces Jose Zepeda in the main event live from Utilita Arena Sheffield in Sheffield, England on Saturday, March 23. The pair squares off in the 12-round with the WBC ‘Silver’ super lightweight title at stake. A day before the fight show the athletes step on the scales to make it official.

To be eligible for the belt, the fighters must make the required 140-pound championship limit. Unbeaten British contender Dalton Smith (15-0, 11 KOs) targets to improve his unbeaten record and earn his first world title shot. Three-time title challenger Jose Zepeda (37-4, 28 KOs) of Torrance, California looks to get back in the win column.

Both fighters came in on weight. Dalton Smith weighed-in at 139.6 lbs. Jose Zepeda showed the same.

In the co-main event, Sandy Ryan (6-1-1, 2 KOs) defends her WBO welterweight title against current WBA junior middleweight champion Terri Harper. The all-British world championship bout is scheduled for 10 rounds. The weight limit is 147 lbs.

Both fighters also made it official. Champion Sandy Ryan tipped the scales at 146.2 lbs. Challenger Terri Harper was 145.9 lbs.

Get Smith vs Zepeda full fight card and weights below.

Smith vs Zepeda fight card

Main card

  • Dalton Smith (139.6) vs. Jose Zepeda (139.6), 12 rounds, super lightweight – vacant WBC ‘Silver’ title
  • Sandy Ryan (146.2) vs. Terri Harper (145.9), 10 rounds, welterweight – Ryan’s WBO title
  • Ishmael Davis (153.8) vs. Troy Williamson (158.2), 12 rounds, super welterweight
  • James Flint (139) vs. Campbell Hatton (139.7), 10 rounds, super lightweight – Flint’s British Central Area title
  • Nico Leivars (121.3) vs. Piotr Mirga (121.1), 10 rounds, super bantamweight


  • Liam Cameron (174.8) vs. Hussein Itaba (173.3), 6 rounds, light heavyweight
  • Emmanuel Buttigieg (157.2) vs. Bartlomiej Stryczek (156), 6 rounds, super welterweight
  • Connan Murray (158) vs. Edgar Kemsky (156.6), 6 rounds, middleweight
Parviz Iskenderov
Parviz Iskenderov is a former Muay Thai fighter, sports manager and editor at FIGHTMAG.

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