Professional Female Boxer
Chantelle has climbed the boxing ladder and is now considered one of the finest pound-for-pound fighters on the planet. An undisputed super-lightweight world champion, the Northampton native is based in the northwest and is part of the hugely successful Jamie Moore/Nigel Travis professional stable.
Chantelle began fighting as a ten-year old kickboxer. After running out of opponents and titles to hoover up, Chantelle switched to boxing aged 18 and rose rapidly to take her place on the GB squad. The plan then? Olympic glory. That chapter didn’t reach the dream conclusion after Chantelle missed out on qualification for Rio 2016. Despite the bitter disappointment, she decided to join the pro ranks and her career has blossomed.
Along with collecting world titles, Chantelle is also determined to use her profile in boxing to encourage young people to get active and use the power of sport to improve their lives.
“Kickboxing and boxing have helped me on so many different levels,” Chantelle explained. “I didn’t believe I’d have a career in professional boxing when I was a little girl, but everything has changed, and we have to create as many opportunities for people as we can.” “Maverick Stars is a charity that is doing just that, and I’m delighted to be on board.”