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|height||5′ 6½″ / 169cm|
|residence||Brooklyn, New York, USA|
rounds boxed 96 KO% 6.67
|1897-11-18||Tom Tracey||15-10-4||Coliseum, Saint Louis, Missouri, USA||L||KO||2|
| referee: George Siler |
Paddy, a brother of Denver Ed Smith, was substituted for Young Griffo. Smith was down in the 2nd round.
|1896-11-07||Jack Collier||4-3-3||Metropolitan A.C., Brooklyn, New York, USA||D||PTS||6||15|
| referee: Dick Bennett |
Called a draw at the end of the sixth round with Smith cut over his right eye
Main event of the opening card of Coney Island's Metropolitan A.C., situated at the corner of Ocean avenue and Buschmann's walk.
|1896-03-17||Billy McCarthy||19-12-11||Galveston, Texas, USA||L||KO||10|
|1889-05-14||Jack McAuliffe||17-0-6||Casino Rink, Brooklyn, New York, USA||L||TKO||1||4|
|"a friendly sparring contest for points" Bklyn Daily Eagle|
|1888-04-15||Frank Burke||3-2-8||near Brooklyn, New York, USA||W||KO||7|
|1887-04-21||John Reagan||5-1-2||City Assembly Rooms, Brooklyn, New York, USA||NC||ND||4||4|
|It was announced it would be a friendly setto for scientific points only. This was a benefit for Smith. Brooklyn Daily Eagle|
|1887-03-28||Jimmy Mitchell||1-0-2||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA||D||PTS||16|
|Billed for American 136lb title. Fight declared a draw when Smith's friends broke into the ring. Mitchell was having decidedly the best of it.|
|1886-11-03||Billy Dunn||0-2-1||near New York, New York, USA||L||KO||4|
|1886-08-25||Andy Hart||Clarks Club, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA||W||PTS||4||4|
| referee: Alf Lunt |
Results from the Philadelphia Record.
|1886-04-06||Joe Heiser||0-0-1||Music Hall, Brooklyn, New York, USA||W||PTS||?|
|1886-04-05||William Russell||Arthur Mullens', Brooklyn, New York, USA||W||PTS||?|
|1886-02-05||Bill Frazier||0-1-1||Cribb's Club, Boston, Massachusetts, USA||D||PTS||6||6|
| referee: William Mahoney |
Reported as "Billy Frazer, the well known teacher of sparring at Harvard College." Frazier was down in the 4th round. Smith was down in the 5th round.
|1885-05-09||Jack Hopper||New York, New York, USA||L||KO||12|
|1885-05-02||Harry White||Temperance Hall, New York, New York, USA||W||PTS||?|
|1884-10-05||Pat Dempsey||Long Island City, Queens, New York, USA||L||UD||24|