Walter Ezequiel Matthysse Jr. He tested positive for coronavirus in his last test, so his professional debut, dated for next Saturday, was canceled.
October 24 was going to be a special day for the promising young Argentine, who brings with her a family history linked to boxing.
Walter Matthysse Jr. he was going to have his first professional fight next Saturday, in São Paulo, Brazil, against the local Fernando Messias.
Unfortunately, this evening will not have the presence of the Chubut, because he was infected with COVID-19, as he communicated on his Instagram account.
“I’m super good, without symptoms of anything, with a tremendous desire to fight and more prepared than ever, but hey, we can’t do anything about the Covid-19 result,” he published Matthysse.
“A pity, after so much effort, sacrifice and preparation for my long-awaited professional debut,” he cried. The Terrible Child on their social networks.
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I’m super fine and without symptoms of anything, with tremendous desire to fight and more prepared than ever, but hey, we can’t do anything about the result of COVID-19, a shame after so much effort, sacrifice and preparation for my long-awaited debut professional … Thanks to all those who are writing and calling me to ask me how I am, I just want to tell you that I am super well and that you remain calm, that from this I get up stronger than ever as always, everything always happens for something and I stay rest easy resting on the promises of God to be fulfilled in their perfect timing. I know that life is testing me with all this and it wants to make me stronger and prepare me for all the good things that come my way, you have to be patient and never give up anything else. Thanks to my managers @sampsonboxing @tellobox_oficial who obviously called me and told me that by November God willing they will have me debuting as a professional. Greetings and a thousand apologies to all ??
The thanks of Matthysse Jr
“Thanks to all who wrote to me and called me to ask how I am,” he said. Walter Ezequiel Matthysse Jr. “I just want to tell you that I’m super good.”
“I know that life tests me with all this, and wants to make me stronger for everything that comes,” emphasized the born in Trelew.
At the same time, Matthysse Jr. extended his words of thanks Sampson Lewkowicz Y Carlos Tello, who manage his career.
“Thanks to my managers @sampsonboxing Y @tellobox_oficial that they called me and told me that by November, God willing, I will debut as a professional.
His coach got infected too
Mauko Narváez, Matthysse Jr.’s coach and brother of historic champion Omar Narváez, also contracted coronavirus.
So far, it is unknown what was the source of contagion for this boxing team.