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Stephen Smith believes victory over Francisco Vargas on December 9 will earn him another world title fight.

‘Swifty’ (25-3-KO15) fell short in his previous attempts at world honours, losing to Jose Pedraza and Jason Sosa in 2016, but now hopes a notable win on the Orlando Solido vs Miguel Roman Wage undercard at the Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas will earn him a third shot.

“He’s a former world champion, a great fighter and a great name,” Smith told boxingscene.

“He’s the number two with the WBC and if I beat him and take that ranking then that puts me close to the mandatory position for the world title anyway, whether the fight ends up an eliminator or not.

“If I get a world title fight off the back of it, if I beat him with him being the name that he is, then it’s a good move.”

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