Trained by renowned coach Dave Coldwell, ‘The Thrill’s’ tricky footwork and precise shot selection have him talked about as one of the brightest prospects in British boxing.
Gill notched 21 successive victories after making his pro debut in July 2012, earning a shot at the Commonwealth Featherweight Title against then Champion, Ryan Doyle. He secured a 7th round stoppage to bring the belt home to Chatteris, before stopping the experienced Emmanuel Dominiguez in three rounds to win the WBA International strap the fight after.
Gill suffered his first career loss to the tough Enrique Tinoco in May 2019, but bounced back with three impressive wins and produced a knock-out of the year contender over Karim Guerfi to land the European Featherweight title at the 02 Arena in London in February 2022.
The 28-year-old was stopped by veteran Kiko Martinez in the first defence of his EBU strap on the undercard to Katie Taylor-Helen Carabajal eight months later in a bid to make the jump to world level.