Since the early years, he was inspired by watching Mike Tyson and wanted to try his talent out in a boxing ring. But due to family circumstances, he could not participate much as an amateur boxer and became busy with everyday life.
Bil Sha began boxing in 2007 and gave this passion the time and enjoyment it deserved. He commenced his training and competed in amateur events. Bil Sha took part in a local white-collar event, in which he lost his first-ever fight. He has had quite an appetite for boxing since then, and has improved by challenging himself. This is what makes Bil Sha so good at winning.
In 2014, he stepped his game up and went semi-professional and was signed by UKBU (United Kingdom Boxing Union). Since then, he has won all of his bouts and now is progressing.
He currently holds the UKBU London Featherweight title, which he earned by defeating Reece Houghton in September 2019.
He is coached by Turkish National Olympian, Sedat Sag, owner of North London Boxing Club. He has been mentored by Herol Graham, who is a former British professional boxer competing from 1978 to 1998. Herol was undefeated in his first 38 fights and won the British Commonwealth and European Light- Middleweight.
He recently had Arif Batili as a strength and conditioner trainer. Arif is qualified and accredited by England Boxing Coaches and is now training him for his next bout, the Vacant English Featherweight title.
Bil Sha has been so well developed by Sedat with his boxing skills with the approach of “Every Punch Must Count” discipline. Sedat brings out the quality in him and because of this he still remains undefeated. Bil Sha’s fights are sanctioned by the UKBU (United Kingdom Boxing Union).
Bil Sha is managed and promoted by the CEO of Super Series Boxing, Mr. Walid Ali. He has had a great history in boxing and now promotes many amazing fights in Super Series Boxing. Walid plays a big part in Bil Sha’s development in becoming elite in his boxing career.