A BRADFORD professional boxer is returning to the ring this weekend, with his career receiving more backing than ever before.

Amin Jahanzeb, who has an unbeaten 4-0 record in professional boxing, is looking for his fifth win when he fights on the undercard at the Magna Centre in Rotherham this Saturday.

He will be taking on Moises Mojica. The Nicaraguan has nine wins, including six knockouts, in his professional career so far, so Jahanzeb will be looking to step it up a notch from his last fight.

The Bradfordian admitted he "didn't get out of first gear" when maintaining his unbeaten record in July, at the University of Bolton Stadium, with a unanimous decision after four rounds against Jack Pollard in the Featherweight Division.

Outside of the ring, Jahanzeb has just signed with Stefy Bull Promotions and is now managed under the watchful eye of professional boxing coach Haroon Headley, who manages many elite boxers such as Atif Shafiq and John Telford.

Jahanzeb, who uses the Heavy Hitters Boxing Gym in Manchester, has also been given free membership and support for his boxing by the Platinum Amateur Boxing Academy in Wibsey.

He has expressed his gratitude to the gym for all its support, saying he feels that training there inspires and motivates young people to train harder.

He said that there is hope for every individual to better themselves or become a recognised professional athlete.