Boxing: Paul Smith Jr retires from Boxing

first_imgAdvertisementFormer world title challenger Paul Smith has today confirmed his retirement from the sport of boxing as a professional fighter.Smith retires with a professional record of 38-7-22KO in the sport and the decision comes a year on from his last fight in the ring.A loss to Tyron Zeuge in a WBA world super middleweight fight in Germany.Smith also challenged for a world title on two other occasions against Arthur Abraham for the WBO title in Germany, as well as fighting modern pound for pound great Andre Ward on another occasion.Speaking on the decision, Smith said the following on Instagram: The Liverpudlian, 35, held the British title for two spells and challenged for a world title on three occasions.A great career to be fair and one that saw him travel the world, earn a very good living and get further than most do as a professional athlete.Advertisementlast_img read more

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first_imgNew York, New York – Reported by Elite Traveler, the private jet lifestyle magazineWith the Manero AutoDate, Carl F. Bucherer launches another classic timepiece. This three-hand watch in “vintage” style fits harmoniously into the understatedly elegant yet authentic Manero range from the Lucerne-based watch Manufacture.1960s design succeeded in establishing important trends in the fashion world, creating forms with lasting appeal. Back then, the simple classical style of three-hand watches with smaller dials set new standards which remain hugely important for the design of today’s timepieces.A striking example of the revival of the design features of this period is to be found in the Manero AutoDate from Carl F. Bucherer. The classic, unfussy design emphasizes the functionality of the timepiece, which shows the essentials at a glance: the current time, and the date at 3 o’clock. The watch has a diameter of 38 mm and incorporates the CFB 1965 automatic movement.A classic framework for the clearly structured dial is provided by the 18 K rose gold or stainless steel case in a visually simple style. The finishing touches of the Manero AutoDate are provided by design elements that are characteristic of the Manero range. In addition to the striking Dauphine hands, the dial has gold-colored wedge-shaped index marks. The final aesthetic touch, in “retro” style, is the high-quality 18 K rose gold bracelet, or Louisiana alligator leather strap available in brown or black.The Manero AutoDate is for those who prefer a watch with a simple classic elegance but still want a mechanical interior.www.carl-f-bucherer.comlast_img read more