— Jamie Cox (@JamieCoxPro) May 26, 2022
Cox retired from boxing in 2020 following an injury sustained in a training camp in preparation for his bout with Jack Cullen in November 2020. This would've been Cox's first appearance in a boxing ring since his loss to John Ryder in 2018.
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Cox was always a dangerous prospect, and in 2017 he entered the World Boxing Super Series, and was drawn to face WBA world super middleweight champion George Groves in the quarter finals. Cox was dealt his first pro loss at the hands of Groves, but put on a valiant effort and exciting performance whilst it lasted.
As Cox moves onto pastures new, former world champion and friend of Cox, Lee Selby tweeted out further details about Cox's next move: "@JamieCoxPro is making his #BKFB debut July 16 Wembley OVO arena Wembley. Don’t miss it!! #bareknucklefightingchampionship #bareknuckleboxing"
— lee selby (@leeselby126) May 26, 2022