Date of Birth: 12/4/97
HASH made a cracking start to his professional career in October 2021 at Hull’s packed Bonus Arena.
He wasn’t matched easily but came through against former Ghanaian lightweight champion Benjamin Lamptey winning 40-36 after four good rounds.
‘The Hammer’ effortlessly moved to 2-0 on VIP Boxing’s first show of 2022 in February when he outpointed Londoner Lee Devine.
His third win in July 2022 was his first with new trainer Matthew Hatton and he comfortably outpointed Josh Cook.
‘The Hammer’ stepped up to six-round level in February 2023 and passed that test in style, outpointing tricky cockney southpaw Lee Hallett.
Work commitments meant he left Hatton and joined Sean O’Hagan where he could train in the evening.
O’Hagan was absent because of Maxi Hughes's fight in Oklahoma against George Kambosos when Rehman tackled Clayton Bricknell in Wakefield in July 2023.
The fight was cut down to four rounds, but Rehman came through against decent opponent Bricknell, winning on points.
There was another home city fight for Hash in November, and he had few problems outscoring Jake Osgood over four rounds.
That win set up a December 9th showdown in Bolton against another unbeaten VIP-promoted boxer, Joe Kavanagh.
Rehman studied at university and holds a degree in Chemical Engineering.