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Against all the odds, after having so many problems with the Bangladesh boxing federation secretary M.A. Quddous Khan, who is totally against bringing any boxers to UK and who made my life hell, even after being falsely accused of human trafficking and extortion, I was determining to show the people of Bangladesh and the west that Bangladeshi boys from Bangladesh can compete in the international sporting arena.

Having backing from a long-time friend Barry Hearns of Matchroom Promotions, I personally decided to bring only one boxer to England instead of the 6 boxers that I initially selected.

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Suro Chuckma, is a native Bangladeshi, even though he may not look like one. I believe he has the right pedigree to do what needs to be done to be successful. For my part I will do whatever it takes to make him into a boxer of the potential he has, the rest will be entirely up to him. I am confident that he has the right attitude, the heart of a fighter and also the determination to become that special one.

In June 2015, Suro Chuckma arrived on a sports training visa, and after a week’s rest allowing him to acclimatize to the English weather, he was in training at the Peacock Gym full time with Andre Olly under the supervision of myself and Martin Bowers the owner of the renowned Peacock Gym. Fighters such as Frank Bruno, Evander Holyfield, Prince Naseem Hamed, Floyd Mayweather and many more have trained before international fights here in London.

After 6 weeks of training Andre & Martin were very impressed with his abilities and his improvement and hopefully the British Boxing Board Of Control will approve his Boxing License. Having a British Boxing License itself will be a history making event in itself.

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Suro Chuckma

Brief history:

  • Bangladesh National Champion 2014 Gold Medal
  • Bangladesh Games 2013 Gold Medal
  • Victory Day 2012 Gold Medal
  • Bangladesh National Champion: 2010 Silver Medal
  • Independent Day Games 2010 Gold Medal
  • Commonwealth games in Scotland 2014

Mother: Sarana Chakma
Father: Gyana Chakma
Village: Moddo Balukhali Post Office: Jurachri District: Rangamati Country: Bangladesh