Jordan represented England as an Amateur boxer before turning pro in 2012. Now trained by renowned coach Dave Coldwell in Sheffield, his debut fight took place in July 2012.

Jordan secured his first major title, The Commonwealth Featherweight belt, after 21 successive victories. This was shortly followed by antoher victory to gain the WBA International strap.

Despite suffering his first career loss to the tough Enrique Tinoco in May 2019, mainly down to ill health, after a short break to fully recover Jordan bounced back with two impressive wins, most notably against fellow Matchroom boxer Reece Belotti on Week 1 of the infamous Fight Camp series in August 2020.

Most recently, on Saturday 20th February 2021, he regained the WBA International Featherweight title with a points victory over former world title contender Ceaser Juarez in Wembley.

Outside of my professional career, I set up a non for profit foundation in October 2019, Jordan Gill -Next Generation. I wanted to look at setting up provisions for young people living in my hometown, the Fenland area.

The Process

We tailor our services to each athlete.  We start with a consultation with the athlete to establish how best we can work together and which of our services work for them.
Once a plan has been established, we get to work leaving the athlete to focus all of their attention on the field.