Steve Smoger Death, Obituary -Steve Smoger, a boxing referee who was inducted into the Hall of Fame and handled more than 200 title fights in addition to serving as a former county prosecutor and municipal judge, is said to have passed away, according to multiple reports that were published on Monday. Smoger was also a former municipal judge.
Smoger, who hails from nearby Ventnor, was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in Canastota, New York, in the year 2015. The hall is located in New York. In addition to other individuals, retiring champions including Riddick Bowe, Prince Naseem Hamed, and Ray Mancini were admitted into the hall of fame. Other persons were also honored.
Smoger issued a message of gratitude to the organization in December 2014, when the recognition was published on the website of the Hall of Fame. In the statement, he said, “I will be forever appreciative.” “It is the greatest possible honor that can be granted, and it signifies the pinnacle of accomplishment in the amazing sport of boxing. I am overwhelmed with amazement and humility, and I am honored beyond words. My gratitude is beyond anything that can be expressed in words.”
It is not known how old Smoger was when he died away; nonetheless, a number of stories that emerged in Smoger’s historical news coverage said that Smoger would have turned 72 years old this past August. It is unknown what the actual age of Smoger was when he went away. On the other hand, a report that can be found online asserts that New Jersey Boxing Commissioner Larry Hazzard told the website Boxing Insider that Smoger was born in 1943 and that he would be 79 years old if he were still living today.