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Max Mudway’s fracture forces him out of fight


Stroud boxer Max Mudway has been forced to withdraw from his welterweight fight with Basi Rasaq in Solihull after fracturing his hand during a sparring session.

Victory would have seen unbeaten Mudway fight for the English title.

Mudway said: “I am absolutely devastated to announce that my fight will not go ahead on June 10th.

“After another trip to A&E on Saturday, I found out that I have fractured a bone in my hand during sparring and with risk of causing long term damage and affecting my work if I was to fight I have to yet again make the tough decision to pull myself out.

“To everyone who has bought tickets you will get a full refund, just get in touch with me privately or DM me and I’ll arrange either pick up / drop off.

“Thank you to all of my sponsors for all their help up till this point and I just can’t believe that this has happened two camps in a row.

!I am absolutely gutted to say the least. I’ll be communicating with my family and my team to discuss the next move, but for now I’m going to lock off for a few days and get my head straight.

“Thank you very much for all your support guys and apologies to all the fans.”

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