The boxing world has been left stunned after news was confirmed a teen lost his life while attending a boxing event.
It’s very rare you’d hear of something like this happening but when it does it hits the fight community like a tonne of bricks.
A genuine black eye for the sport of boxing because of some cowards.
The sad news that a 19 year young man was stabbed to death at an event this weekend in Walsall, UK, has now been officially confirmed in a police statement.
There is now an ongoing investigation going on into his murder at this time.
How people were able to get knives into the event in the first place is baffling but it is thought the crime itself did not take place until outside the venue.
After a riot caught on camera spilled outside.
The riot appeared to start between two rival sets of fans supporting opposing boxers who were competing for a youth title on the night at the Walsall Town Hall.
This footage goes on to show various chairs and tables getting thrown about as many proceeded to engage in direct violence with one another.
The boxing world has been left in shock with some of the following tributes so far to the young man who lost his life last night:
R.I.P to the YOUNG LAD who got KILLED at the BOXING in WALSALL last night. what is wrong with these SCUMBAGS taking knives to boxing shows
— Anthony Fowler (@afowler06) October 15, 2017
My thoughts go out2 the family of the fan who died after the boxing in Walsall.its sport not life or death.why do people even carry knives x
— Ricky Hatton MBE (@HitmanHatton) October 15, 2017
RIP to the two boxing fans that’s went to a show in Walsall, fight broke out and were fatally stabbed outside the venue. 😞
— ASGY (@asgartair) October 15, 2017
I’m actually in shock, go out to the boxing to never return home 😫 becoming too much of a normal thing in Walsall lately. RIP Reagan😓
— Bec (@rebeccariggan_) October 15, 2017
Rip to the lad that sadly passed away from the stabbing last night at the Walsall boxing show. Thoughts are with the family.
— Ricky summers (@RickyDigger) October 15, 2017
The Walsall Council have appealed for witnesses to contact them or the police with any information.