The Boxing World Mourns The Horrific Las Vegas Shootings

The Las Vegas shootings have effected many today around the globe. Being the fight capital of the world it has hit the boxing world hard.

The tragic loss of life and carnage because of the Las Vegas shootings that took place on October 1st, 2017, is still unfortunately being counted.

At the time of this article over 58 have been confirmed dead so far with many hundreds more injured.

During a concert a sole shooter has been reported to have opened fire on innocent members of the public who were just trying to enjoy some music.

It’s times like this that put things into perspective.

I have spent a lot of time in Las Vegas over the last year and after speaking to those in the boxing industry on the phone and via email over there, the feeling of sorrow and sadness is everywhere.

Everyone at Boxing News and Views sends our deepest condolences to those in Las Vegas who have been hurt by a cowardly act of one twisted individual.

Here are some of the reactions to the sad news from two notable fighters in the sport of boxing:

Chris Eubank Jr who was in Las Vegas during the incident said:

“My heart goes out to all the people killed & injured in the Las Vegas attack last night. I was inside a casino on the strip when someone started shooting in August, I filmed police pursuing the shooter on my snapchat. I just can’t get my head around how these people can commit such mindless acts of terror, they truly are the definition of cowards.”