Ishe Smith Has Scale Fail For Fight With Galarza



Ishe Smith Has Scale Fail For Fight With Galarza
Galarza might be facing a vet whose body is not cooperating like it used to.

Vet Ishe Smith weighed in and had a scale fail Thursday, ahead of his Friday fight against Frank Galarza in Vegas.

Smith was 157.4 after a sweat out, because he was supposed to be 156 max for the PBC on BOUNCE mainer.

Word is that Smith paid a fine for the transgression.

Smith bragged that he'd quickly show the Brooklyner that he was of a better class. But his confident tone didn't match his performance in his first task he'd be expected to master, before his scrap, making weight. At 38, maybe his body isn't cooperating like it used to.

Galarza was 154, for the record.

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