Mian Imitiaz Hussain was always immersed in boxing but it was at the tender age of 10 that he started his training. His father, a former boxer himself and fan of Muhammad Ali, began to transfer his knowledge to his son at in home training sessions. The father-son pairing was very effective and Mian showed early that he possessed talent. At the amateur level he amassed 61 wins in 76 fights. He was a junior and senior Canadian champion and he was also a member of the Canadian national team on 4 occasions, winning a Bronze medal at the Pan Am games of 2011.
Having gained enough international experience, Mian made his professional debut in 2012. He has a style of his own, showing explosiveness in the ring but also being patient and counter attacking when the opportunity presents itself. It is without a doubt that this young southpaw fighter with an unorthodox style is well equipped to present a hard time for any adversary.