Known as ‘The Romford Bull’, Johnny Fisher is trained by respected coach Mark Tibbs at the Origin Gym in Rainham, Essex. He will look to make a name for himself in the Heavyweight division and has the size and punch power to do just that.
Standing 6ft 5ins, Fisher has already gained invaluable experience from sparring 2016 Olympic silver medallist Joe Joyce and undefeated S-JAM Boxing stablemate Guido Vianello in a recent Las Vegas training camp.
A brief but explosive stint in the amateurs saw Fisher score nine first round knockouts in ten wins and now the big-hitting Brit is planning on announcing himself as the latest contender in a thriving domestic Heavyweight scene.
Fisher, who has already built a hugely impressive following, has moved to 8-0 since making his debut in February 2021, finishing inside the distance on seven occasions in that time. The 24-year-old has taken his Bull Army all over the country, sharing bills with the likes of Katie Taylor, Danny Jacobs and Dmitry Bivol.
After six months out of the ring, Fisher made his return in Liverpool in March 2023 and earned a fourth round stoppage against Italian Alfonso Damiani in his first scheduled eight rounder. Fisher made a quick return in June, blowing out Emilio Salas in the opening round.
Fisher stepped up to 10 rounders in August on the undercard of Joshua-Helenius and challenged Harry Armstrong for the Southern Area Heavyweight Title. The Romford Bull dropped Armstrong in the opening 10 seconds of the fight before eventually closing the show in the 7th to win the first pro title of his career.