“He who is not courageous enough to take risks will accomplish nothing in life” – Muhammed Ali






30 march 1995

Jordan was born on 30 March 1995 in North London. He has always been exposed to boxing through his Father, Joe Gregory, an ex professional boxer and a professional boxing trainer for the likes of John McDermott

From a young age, Jordan has admired classic heroes such as, Sugar Ray Robinson, Muhammed Ali and Sugar Ray Leonard, Jordan joined Finchley Amateur Boxing Club in Barnet, North London at the age of 14.

turning pro
september 2014

At 16 years old, Jordan approached his Father about pursuing a career in professional boxing. Jordan began training in Punch London, a gym for professional boxers, and sparring with men up to twice his age. This is where he was scouted by Don Charles.

Jordan’s amateur career was soon to become short-lived, turning professional in September 2014 with Goodwin Promotions.

won first belt
12 March 2016

Jordan began sparring with prestigious fighters including George Groves and  Nathan Cleverly, and now works closely with Dereck Chisora and Frank Buglioni.

Jordan won the British Challenge Belt on 12 March 2016 against Eric Mokonzo. He then went on to fight for the Southern Area Title on 11 March 2017, losing to a controversial decision against Chris Hobbs.

Currently ranked at 17th in Britain, he is mandatory for the Southern Area Title after a  stoppage victory against Darrell Church.