As a dual citizen of Canada and Jamaica, Joshua “Hell Razor” Frazer of Brampton, Ontario, is one of the few boxers in the world who can say they’ve claimed national amateur championships in two different countries. The son of Olympian turned boxing coach Dewith Frazier, things moved quickly for “Hell Razor.” After playing junior college basketball in the United States, he turned his attention to the family business: boxing.
In 2016, he won his first Jamaican crown. The next year, he not only won the 2017 Canadian nationals, he was declared the top amateur boxer in the country. After winning the AIBA Caribbean title in 2019, Frazer set his sights on the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, but it was not to be. With a DQ loss in the Jamaican finals and the cancellation of a qualifier in Buenos Aires, it was back to the drawing board for the promising welterweight. With the next Summer Olympics slated for 2024, Frazer went the punch-for-pay route, signing a professional contract with United Boxing Promotions.