Chev’s Career.

GB Boxing Heavyweight Champion

Through his determination and hard work, Chev has established himself as the top heavyweight in the nation and number one spot on GB Boxing squad having won multiple medals at major competitions.

He is currently ranked number five in the world and expects to represent Team GB at the Olympic Games in Tokyo.

Major Achievements.

  • 2022

    Professional debut with Matchroom Boxing

  • 2021

    Olympian at Tokyo 2020

  • 2021

    Qualified for Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics

  • 2021

    European Championships: Bronze

  • 2020

    Ranked #5 in the World and #1 in the UK for Heavyweight Boxing

  • 2019

    European Games: Bronze

  • 2018

    Commonwealth Games: Bronze

  • 2017

    European Championships: Silver


Arrived in the UK From Jamaica

2009 & 2010

Won England ABA Championships Novice, UK


Represented Jamaica at the Commonwealth Games, Scotland


Career Break - Lorry Driving


Won Elite England ABA Championships, UK


Enrolled onto GB Boxing
Silver at European Championships, Ukraine


Bronze at the Commonwealth Games, Gold Coast
Bronze at the European Championships, Spain


Bronze at the European Games, Belarus


Ranked #5 in the World and #1 in the UK for Heavyweight Boxing


Qualified for and competed at Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics


Chev has extensive experience of promoting organisations, brands and causes. A confident and engaging speaker, he combines charisma with a friendly, down-to-earth personality.

He has appeared in advertising campaigns for the National Lottery, spoken at UK Sport media events and has specifically been requested by Team GB to act as an ambassador at a number of events with sponsors.

Chev’s career progress and successes have been covered by every national newspaper and broadcast outlet in the UK. He is a regular spokesperson for GB Boxing in the press and on TV and was one of the boxers that fronted the media launch of the ‘Boxing Road to Tokyo’ Olympic qualifying event in 2020.