Jordan “Ginge” Swinton, Professional Muay Thai and K1 fighter from the South, aims to return to fight April 2021.
Mr Swinton announces his training towards April will be “Busy” as he sometimes trains twice a day and added:
“I train every single day of the week from hitting the pads, sparring, swimming and running to strength and conditioning.”
With a fight waiting to be confirmed in April, a target has been set to get match fit for when the fight commences.
The 19-year-old fighter from the South turned professional in November 2019.
With coronavirus temporarily putting a hold on his career Mr Swinton said: “It is not ideal, I wanted to get to the top as soon as I could.”
He started training when he was only six years old, alongside having his first competition at the age of eight.
As an amateur, Mr Swinton attended Greece and Ireland for ISKA championships, in which he won gold at Greece.
Over 100 fights, a semi-professional record of 20W-3L, alongside being formerly ranked number one in the UK at two weight divisions as semi-pro, he is familiar to the fighting world.
Training will be at a range of gyms, he has trained at Muay Thai boxing gym named House of pain, alongside hoping to perform at the 02 Academy in Bournemouth for a second time.
Mr Swinton, now a professional fighter, said he is “motivated” and added: “I love everything about the sport.
“I want to be the best in the world.”