The World Boxing Council (WBC) is honoring the great American boxer Vernon Forrest for all his involvement with the WBC since he began to make a name for himself in the ring in 1997 by winning the WBC Continental Welterweight Championship of the Americas.

Having accomplished much more since then, including three WBC World Championships, he is now recovering from injury before he can put on his boxing gloves again to regain the WBC World Championship against reigning champion Sergio Martinez, but even outside of the ring, Forrest was voted unanimously. represent the WBC as its Ambassador for Peace and Goodwill in the World through Sport.

No matter how the rules are set and how many precautions are taken, there is no denying that boxing is a physically punishing sport that could seriously injure its competitors. Recently, boxing has not only seriously injured one of its athletes, but took his own life when Benjamin Flores succumbed to injuries after being admitted to Parkland Hospital in Texas following his fight against Al Seeger, which ended with his unconsciousness.

Fighting for the NABF title, things just didn't turn out the way for Flores, 25, who calls himself El Michoacano every time he has his boxing gloves on.

Many people have the misconception that most successful physical or contact sports athletes have no educational backgrounds to brag about, especially in a sport like boxing, but one man is proving the point to be false, as Juan Díaz earned his BA in Political Science from the University of Houston. Affectionately called Baby Bull when he's wearing his boxing gloves, he doesn't plan on stopping there in education as he's already contemplating sitting down for an LSAT review course and perhaps continuing his studies at Law School with the reason that he will have plus. options open in case his boxing career, which has already seen three World Championships, came to a halt. https://www.muayr1.com

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Fighting for the NABF title, things just didn't turn out the way for Flores, 25, who calls himself El Michoacano every time he has his boxing gloves on.