Truthfully, no one here can answer that question for you. If you are training and you want to fight, the only person who can answer that for you is your trainer. If your trainer is paying attention, they will be able to realistically assess how you would do in a match (be it a smoker or just sparring).
A lot of places that I know of will first put you through "the paces" to make sure that you have the basic skill set needed even start sparring. Learning proper stance, footwork, technique, and conditioning are things that take a while to ingrain into your skill set to the point that you don't have to think about it. A lot of places will put their new students on a "probation" period of 3 to 6 months before they even consider having the person do light sparring.
I will warn you, when you start sparring, you will feel like you are starting from scratch again. Even though you know for sure that you can perfectly punch or kick a bag/pad in daily training, everything changes when you have an actual live person in front of you that is trying to hit you back. However, this is where you will hone your sense of timing, range and learn how to defend properly.
If you are truly interested in fighting, let your trainer know. That way they can start taking an account of your skills and begin to honestly give you feedback on their assessments.
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