I am proud to have helped the guys below, at various stages of their career.
FRANKIE GAVIN (2008 - 2011)
Frankie Gavin became world amateur gold medallist at the 2007 championships in Chicago. He was installed as the favourite for a gold medal at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. However after being unable to make the minimum required weight he turned to the professional ranks and I was immediately employed to look after his fitness training, weight management and nutrition. I enjoyed a successful spell with Frankie helping him for his first 5 professional fights, all of which ended in victory.
ANTHONY CROLLA (2008 - 2011)
After a surprise defeat early in his career me and Anthony began working together with the aim of improving Anthony’s strength and power. Anthony has since gone on to become English Super Featherweight Champion, British and< WBA World Lightweight Champion, whilst also fighting in Las Vegas on the undercard of Floyd Mayweather Jnr.
TONY BELLEW (2008 - 2010)
Tony Bellew was one of the first boxers who I assisted with strength and conditioning and weight management. Tony has gone on to become the British, Commonwealth and WBC World Champion.
DENTON VASSELL (2010 - 2012)
Denton Vassell is the former commonwealth champion and is vastly recognised as being one of the fittest professional boxers in the country. A former ABA champion Denton turned professional in 2006 and has gone onto a record of 18 fights without loss, winning the Commonwealth title in the process.
SCOTT JENKINS (2010 - 2013)
Scott lives and trains his boxing in Sheffield. I worked with Scott for all his fights
RYAN BURNETT (2011 - 2013)
Ryan is the golden boy and rising star of Irish boxing. After winning the multi
nations championships, achieving silver at the junior world championships, Ryan
went one better winning a gold medal at the junior Olympics. Aged just 19 Ryan
signed for Team Hatton and was trained by Ricky Hatton personally. I was asked
to look after all other aspects of strength and conditioning, performance and
nutrition for Ryan, who has since become British Champion, and is tipped for
SERGEY RABCHENKO (2011 - 2013)
Possibly one of the nicest, and certainly one of the toughest fighters I have ever worked with. I looked after all the nutritional needs of Sergey, and was part of the team that helped him become European Champion.
CRAIG WATSON (2010 - 2011)
Although probably best known for his victory over Matthew Hatton, Craig Watson has won commonwealth titles at 2 different weights, as well as also winning the British title. Born and bred in Manchester, Craig regularly sought help from me for weight management, and rehydration after a boxing weigh in.
CRAIG LYON (2010 - 2012)
Craig is the former English bantamweight champion and was also trained by the legendary Ricky Hatton. With this in mind I looked after all aspects of Craig's fitness, and rehydration before his fights.
MARK SKEER (2010 - 2011)
Mark fights out of the well know ‘Salford Muay Thai’ club. I assisted Mark with both strength and conditioning and nutritional guidance for 2 years. This period has brought not only numerous victories, but also numerous titles including the English title.
ADAM ETCHES (2010 - 2013)
Adam Etches is born and bred in Sheffield and boxes from the world famous Brendon Ingle gym. This gym has produced numerous world champions including ‘Prince’ Naseem Hamed, Herol ‘Bomber’ Graham and Johnny Nelson. Taking this into consideration I was delighted that Adam regularly chose to travel over to Manchester to work with me.
NAOMI BROADY (2007 - 2011)
Naomi Broady is the other half of ‘Team Broady’ who along with brother Liam are making huge progress in British Tennis. After winning the under 18 UK title Naomi is now ranked no 5 in Britain amongst the women. Although she is often in various countries around the world Naomi will regularly seek me out for strength, power and speed training in between her participation on the world tour.
KILROE TUG OF WAR (2012)
After a first defeat in ten years I was given the task of returning Kilroe to their former glory by looking after their strength and conditioning and nutrition. The following season, after 4 months of hard work, Kilroe regained their place as UK Tug of War champions.