One of the best British boxers lost his father and grandmother in a few days because of coronavirus
Anthony Yarde (29), one of the best British boxers of the moment, is going through terrible times, after losing his father and grandmother in a few days, because of the coronavirus. Yarde announced on Instagram her grandmother’s death just six days after the boxer lost his father due to the coronavirus.
According to Mirror Online, the British boxer sent a disturbing message: “Now I lost my grandmother because of the virus. My father and his mother died within a few days. Good people, stay at home. It’s a serious job. and people are still coming out, though they wouldn’t need to. I know there are a lot of opinions about Covid-19, and I have an opinion of mine, but I know that an opinion doesn’t deserve to put your life in danger, yours and those of others “.
Anthony Yarde is currently considered one of the best British boxers
He has 19 victories and one defeat in the semi-hard category. 18 of the 19 wins he got before the limit, and the only failure came in August last year, when he lost by knock-out in the 11th round with Sergei Kovalev from Celiabinsk, Russia, for the champion belt. worldwide in the WBO version. He was supposed to fight next week with fellow Lyndon Arthur in London, but the duel was postponed to July 11 because of the coronavirus pandemic.