MOSES ITAUMA IS thinking big having become Queensberry’s newest member of the professional ranks.

Itauma, who recently turned 19, made his professional debut on January 28 2023 at the OVO Arena, Wembley on the undercard of the World Light Heavyweight unified title battle between Artur Beterbiev and Anthony Yarde. Moses took just 23 seconds to blast out Marcel Bode he has now clocked up eight straight wins as a pro following his first round defeat of Dan Garber in mid-March at York Hall.

Now a regular feature of Tyson Fury’s training camps, Moses featured himself over in Saudi Arabia in October of 2023 on the Battle of the Baddest card in Riyadh, headlined by Fury taking on Francis Ngannou. He took less than two minutes to dispatch the 10-1 Istvan Bernath.

The Chatham-based heavy won gold at the Schools, Juniors and Youth Europeans and his World gold came recently in November 2022 over in Spain. He is a two-time National champion, a Multi-Nation BoxCup winner and unbeaten in 24 fights as an amateur, with only one of them being a split-decision verdict at the age of 11.

Represented by CSM, the management group founded by Francis Warren, he now joins fellow heavyweights Tyson Fury, Joe Joyce, Daniel Dubois, Joseph Parker, David Adeleye, Sol Dacres and Boma Brown in sporting Queensberry colours.

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  • trainerAlan Smith
  • born28 December 2004
  • residenceChatham, Kent
STANCE Orthodox
28 October 2023 | Riyadh Season, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Itauma vs Bernath

Itauma TKO – 1

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