Trained by renowned coach Jamie Moore at the VIP Gym in Astley, Oldham’s Fiaz is rapidly improving with every fight and has already amassed an impressive following in his hometown.
He made the decision to turn professional in March 2019 following a successful stint in the amateur code in which he represented his country at Senior level twice. In 75 amateur bouts, Fiaz won nine Area Titles and a National Youth Title at 60kg in 2017.
Fiaz fulfilled a life-long dream when he fought at Manchester Arena in early March 2020 on the undercard of Jono Carroll-Scott Quigg, before putting to bed his rivalry with Kane Baker in style later that year.
Fiaz, who has endured hardship outside the ring, has since moved to 12-0 after putting in a classy performance out in Abu Dhabi in November 2022 and then earning the first stoppage of his pro career four months later in Liverpool.
Fiaz showed tremendous heart to climb off the canvas and narrowly beat Costin Ion in front of a home Manchester crowd in his most recent outing in May 2023.
Returning just three months later, Fiaz stepped up against Reece Bellotti for the Commonwealth Super Featherweight Title but fell short, with Jamie Moore sending in the towel in the eighth.