Jordan Gill vs Ryan Doyle: Just days away from the biggest fight of the Chatteris boxer’s career

PUBLISHED: 15:04 25 October 2018 | UPDATED: 17:24 25 October 2018

Jordan Gill (pictured) vs Ryan Doyle press conference held in London on Thursday, October 25. Picture: MARK ROBINSON / MATCHROOM

Jordan Gill (pictured) vs Ryan Doyle press conference held in London on Thursday, October 25. Picture: MARK ROBINSON / MATCHROOM

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We’re now just days away from Jordan Gill’s title fight against Ryan Doyle at the Copper Box Arena in London.

Jordan Gill (right) vs Ryan Doyle (left) press conference held in London on Thursday, October 25. Picture: MARK ROBINSON / MATCHROOMJordan Gill (right) vs Ryan Doyle (left) press conference held in London on Thursday, October 25. Picture: MARK ROBINSON / MATCHROOM

The Chatteris boxer has an undefeated record, 21-0, and will fight for the Commonwealth Featherweight Title on Saturday night in front of thousands of viewers.

This afternoon, October 25, Gill attended the press conference ahead of the make-or-break battle against Doyle held on October 27.

Gill is “in high spirits” this week and yesterday took part in his public work out at the Old Spitalfields Market in the capital.

Undefeated Chatteris boxer, Jordan Gill, at his public work out ahead of his Commonwealth Featherweight Title fight against Ryan Doyle. Picture: MARK ROBINSON / MATCHROOM BOXINGUndefeated Chatteris boxer, Jordan Gill, at his public work out ahead of his Commonwealth Featherweight Title fight against Ryan Doyle. Picture: MARK ROBINSON / MATCHROOM BOXING

He said: “I’ve been craving a title fight for a long time now.

“The motivation is there because if I win this fight, I become the Commonwealth Champion, so it puts me up towards world level.

“Only I will ever know how much I’ve had to put in and how hard I’ve had to dig just to get as far as I’ve got now.

Jordan Gill vs Ryan Doyle (pictured) press conference held in London on Thursday, October 25. Picture: MARK ROBINSON / MATCHROOMJordan Gill vs Ryan Doyle (pictured) press conference held in London on Thursday, October 25. Picture: MARK ROBINSON / MATCHROOM

“Everything has just been a process where I’ve taken everything into my stride and I’ve grown as a person.”

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Undefeated Chatteris boxer, Jordan Gill, at his public work out ahead of his Commonwealth Featherweight Title fight against Ryan Doyle. Picture: MARK ROBINSON / MATCHROOM BOXINGUndefeated Chatteris boxer, Jordan Gill, at his public work out ahead of his Commonwealth Featherweight Title fight against Ryan Doyle. Picture: MARK ROBINSON / MATCHROOM BOXING

Undefeated Chatteris boxer, Jordan Gill, at his public work out ahead of his Commonwealth Featherweight Title fight against Ryan Doyle. Picture: MARK ROBINSON / MATCHROOM BOXINGUndefeated Chatteris boxer, Jordan Gill, at his public work out ahead of his Commonwealth Featherweight Title fight against Ryan Doyle. Picture: MARK ROBINSON / MATCHROOM BOXING

Undefeated Chatteris boxer, Jordan Gill, at his public work out ahead of his Commonwealth Featherweight Title fight against Ryan Doyle. Picture: MARK ROBINSON / MATCHROOM BOXINGUndefeated Chatteris boxer, Jordan Gill, at his public work out ahead of his Commonwealth Featherweight Title fight against Ryan Doyle. Picture: MARK ROBINSON / MATCHROOM BOXING

Undefeated Chatteris boxer, Jordan Gill, at his public work out ahead of his Commonwealth Featherweight Title fight against Ryan Doyle. Picture: MARK ROBINSON / MATCHROOM BOXINGUndefeated Chatteris boxer, Jordan Gill, at his public work out ahead of his Commonwealth Featherweight Title fight against Ryan Doyle. Picture: MARK ROBINSON / MATCHROOM BOXING

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