Canadian boxer Marie-Pier Houle said she was “shocked” by Jeanette Zacarías’ death. The NGO Headway called for a ban again on boxing after knocking her down during a match.
Mexico City (apro) .- Canadian boxer Marie-Pier Houle was “shocked” by the death of Jeanette Zacarías, who fought with her last week. After offering condolences and information to the Mexican family, Houle said he did not want to learn more about the matter.
Giovanni Martinez, her husband and family are my sincere condolences. “May God enlighten you soul and accept it as his glory,” she wrote in a message to her family via social media Reads.
The death of 18-year-old Mexican boxer Jeanette Zacarías surpassed the international. British Brain Injury Association called for an end to this sport.
The organization stated that “This tragedy will happen again and again until boxing becomes illegal.”
After Jeanette Zacarías announced his death after being eliminated by Marie-Pier Houle, the association once again called for the removal of the restricted area.
Headway issued a note in which he strongly criticized the cause of Jeanette Zacarías’ death, which he said could have been avoided.
Headway stated that the Mexican boxer sustained a brain injury from a “left or right uppercut”, which caused a seizure.
British Association claimed that they would like to be able to speak in court alongside experts and athletes to examine “boxing concussion”.
He said that they had questioned the boxing committee as well as sports organizations about “prohibiting or restricting head blows.”
Headway stated that they have made every effort to limit the blows to his head, although the authorities don’t have any regulations.