That’s the view of head coach of Inverness Metropolis ABC, Laurie Redfern, who predicts a shiny future for the 19-year-old.
The tremendous featherweight hot-shot noticed off Birmingham’s Paul Holt on the membership’s newest professional present on the Drumossie Lodge on Friday.
The uncooked expertise of boxer George Stewart is giving him an actual likelihood of success as knowledgeable boxer.
It was the second such occasion on the venue in March and was packed to the rafters with followers lapping up the motion.
Stewart, who Redfern has likened to 2002 Commonwealth Video games medalist Andrew Younger, adopted up his win in opposition to Lee Glover with one other robust efficiency.
And Redfern defined why he needed to boxer intelligent from the begin to keep away from damage and to stay in management.
He stated: “George was up for it and he picked his photographs immaculately.
“He obtained a minimize in his final battle, so to keep away from heads banging we needed to maintain it as long-range as potential for so long as we might.
“His opponent acknowledged him plenty of instances for the best way he caught him. He was a southpaw, however it was no downside for George, he dealt with it properly.
“George was taking over all the knowledge within the nook and delivered an enormous efficiency. Nevertheless, lots of what he does within the ring comes naturally – you don’t have to inform him.
“He has all the time been that form of gifted fighter. I can’t wait to see how he and the others progress.”
Additionally within the ring on Friday was proficient Alness puncher Adian Williamson, 19, who impressed in his win in opposition to John Spencer (Manchester).
Featherweight Williamson has been coaching recently at Nairn Boxing Membership and he additionally delivered a second professional victory to take care of his excellent begin since stepping up from the amateurs.
Redfern stated: “Adian boxed properly and moved properly and this was one other good studying bout for him.
“He out-performed John Spencer and beat him fairly comfortably, though his opponent did put up a good battle, which is what you need.