Tommy Jacobs started boxing when he was just 10 years old after joining local club in Harwich, Essex.
In his first season Tommy represented the County of Essex, and went on to have 60 amateur contests.
Tommy won many regional titles and 4 national titles and was a regular on the England team, fighting both home and abroad on the same team as Amir khan, Luke Campbell and other well known British Olympians.
Tommy became Captain of the England team, amongst the squad he captained were reigning WBO World Champion Billy Joe Saunders and Haroon Khan.
Tommy boxed the Irish captain in County Mayo and beat him inside two rounds.
Tommy debuted as a pro at the famous York hall in March 2016 against Kick Boxing World Champion Ryan Lyall, who was making his debut as a professional boxer.
It was a cracking fight, and rightly voted ‘Fight of the Night’, it was a hard contest but Tommy never lost a round.
His second outing was against a heavy handed former West African Champion, Ebenezer Amedor, who had only lost once and ko’d 7 of 8 of the opponents that he had beat. Tommy hurt Amedor towards the end of the first round and then dispatching him midway through the second.
Tommy’s short term goals get as many fights as quick as possible and pick up some domestic titles. Long term goals become a household name on pay per view winning world titles.
Tommy fights out of Champions Gym in his home town of Colchester, Essex