Bradford boxer, Mohammed ‘The Superman’ Subhaan, is making his second pro fight on 26th November.

Having won multiple titles, the 22-year-old turned professional earlier this year via the world-famous Ingle gym in Sheffield, training under Dominic Ingle.

It was a spectacular first outing as Subhaan impressed in front of a crowd of 400 against the experienced Lee Connelly.

‘The Superman’ had a dominant points victory, nearly getting the knockout in the final round.

“That was just a glimpse of what I can do, and I intend to show you more with each performance,” Subhaan tells Asian Express.

“I want to give a big shoutout to my fans, the crowd was amazing on the night! I felt everyone’s love and support and I wish to repay it with more exciting performances.”

Now, Subhaan is ready to go again on November 26th at the Magna Centre, Rotherham, for his second professional contest. A crowd of 500 will be in attendance as Bradford’s Superman looks to build on his last amazing performance. He promises more action and excitement.

Training at the historic Ingle gym in Sheffield where legendary boxer, Prince Naseem Hamed once trained under the late Brendan Ingle, Subhaan is training under the watchful eye of Dominic Ingle, son of Brendan. Dominic has guided many fighters to world championship level including Kell Brook, Kid Galahad & Billy Joe Saunders.