Cyrus Pattinson signed a long-term promotional deal with Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom Boxing and made his professional debut on the Lewis Ritson vs. Jeremias Ponce undercard in June 2021, securing victory with a second round stoppage.
The former Team GB amateur standout from Alnwick in Northumberland fights out of Birtley Boxing Club under the guidance of long-time coach Graeme Rutherford.
Now managed by Charlie Sims, Pattinson won gold medals at the 2017 Tammer and 2016 Feliks Stamm international tournaments during a successful stint in the amateurs and represented the British Lionhearts in the World Series of Boxing between 2016 and 2018.
Pattinson headlined a NXTGEN show in front of a home Newcastle crowd and delivered a fight of the year contender against former British and Commonwealth Champion Chris Jenkins in March 2023 in just his sixth professional contest.
In a back-and-forth phone box war, Jenkins' team eventually threw in the towel in the ninth round to crown Pattinson the new WBA International Welterweight Champion.
Pattinson returned five months later and was involved in another fight of the year contender, though this time fell short against Conah Walker. After a gruelling war, he retired on his stool at the end of the eighth round and relinquished his WBA Title.