Jarrod is a genuine boxer and absolute technician. Equally happy to box either on the front foot as the aggressor or going backwards as a counterpuncher. Jarrod has shown KO power on a domestic level, but is more acknowledged for his ability to outbox, out think and out move any opponent. Few are as well-credentialed in the amateur ranks, having dominated the domestic and international scene for a number of years, beating both James DeGale and Adonis Stevenson on his way to the 2006 Commonwealth games Gold medal. In 2012 Jarrod captured the Australian title defeating world rated Johannes Mweputunga, before moving on to defeat the tough Robbie Bryant later in the year to re-claim the PABA title he’d relinquished through minor injury in 2010. Since beating Bryant, Jarrod has beaten a further two well respected opponents in Kiatchai Singwancha and Randy Suico.
Adam Wilcock “Jarrod is a rare Australian talent who now needs to look to develop his career internationally. Partnering with Greg Cohen and GCP gives us the best possible platform to manoeuvre Jarrod into a position where he can fight for a genuine world title. The strong links between GCP and FightCard Promotions mean that the chances will now come for Jarrod and that’s all we can ask. I’m confident with this partnership in place the future is very bright for Jarrod and his world title prospects”
Jarrod Fletcher “I am excited to have this opportunity become available and thank Greg Cohen for showing faith in me. As a boxer I give everything to my training and delivering in the ring, the rest I leave to my management and trainer. With a team working for me in both the US and Australia, to push me forward and get me the top fights, I will repay them with a world title.”
Attached are a few photos from last Fridays fight vs Randy Suico, where Jarrod defended his PABA middleweight title with a 5th rounds TKO. Whilst in a lighter weight, Suico was a previous WBA world title challenger.