Aaron has over 20 years boxing experience and trained his first champion in 2010. Aaron has trained fighters ranging from novice all the way up to world-class.
After winning numerous titles with his first fighter and having him turn professional with hall of fame promoter Frank Warren, Aaron decided to move to Manchester and team up with an amateur boxing gym in 2015 to develop talent. Whilst in Manchester Aaron won numerous titles with the academy including the 2016 elite ABA senior title with the then 18 years young and now team GB star and 2021 Olympics prospect Will Cawley. Will Cawley claimed numerous gold medals and best boxer of the tournament for England and the Great British Olympic team during that time. After a great 3 years in Manchester with most of the boxing squad being undefeated for the 3 year period including club captain Cawley, Aaron decided to move back to London and develop world class fighters.
Aaron won his first professional boxing title with Samuel ‘The True Sensation’ Antwi in February 2019 stopping the then undefeated Jez Smith in the 8th round of a fight of the year contender. Samuel looks set to go on and achieve great things in professional boxing. Aaron also trained his first female boxing champion in 2019 after what started off as just 1-2-1 boxing sessions in 2018. Sedem Ama went on to have 10 Olympic style boxing fights in 2019, winning all ten, 6 by KO and the remaining fights by unanimous decision. She ended up crowning the season off by training with the England boxing squad and winning 3 championship titles on the way. Aaron has also helped fighters from other arts with the boxing including world class muay thai fighter Arnold Oborotov who has been undefeated in in the nearly 4 years and counting years of working together.
Aaron has been a professional boxing trainer since 2014 licensed by the British Boxing Board of Control.
Aarons sessions are very technical as he is very passionate about the art of boxing and enjoys teaching.