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Nathan Quarless

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Date of Birth: 7/9/95
From: Liverpool
Record: 12-0
Weight: Cruiserweight
Stance: Orthodox

The nephew of leading 1980s Heavyweight, Noel Quarless turned professional in March 2018 after boxing as an amateur at the world famous Salisbury ABC. Nathan only had 19 amateur fights, but was an ABA semi-finalist in 2016 and 2017, won the North of England title and was invited to England’s talent programme.
Although Nathan is yet to stop an opponent as a professional, his camp are pleased with performances so far. He was pushed all the way by Lithuanian Andrius Ruzas in December 2019 winning 39-38, but apart from that close call has impressed more often than not In February 2020 he stepped up to six rounds and outpointed Norbert Szekeres.


Czech Ivo Zednicek was his opponent on VIP Boxing’s comeback show after the COVID delay and Quarless ran out a comfortable points winner over six rounds. He ended 2021 with a step up in class and was far too accurate for Steve Collins Jr, beating him comfortably over eight rounds. He didn’t box in 2022 until July when he eased back and made it a perfect ten as a pro with ashutout points win against Darryl Sharp who was celebrating his 100th fight.

A couple of months later it was points win number 11 with Toni Visic coming off second best over six rounds. His career was hold because of a bicep injury that required surgery and he didn’t have it easy on his return in March 2023. Nathan was pushed all the way by capable Welshman Ethan King, before taking a deserved 58-57 card after six rounds. He is very open about his past and admits to having to overcome gambling addiction. He nowworks with a service that highlights the problems it can bring.

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