Champion, pasfoto: E-Bay
Scottish boxer Ronnie Clark put up for sale a champion belt of the International Boxing Federation (IBF) in order to buy his son a present. It is reported by World Boxing News.
“Put up for sale the official IBF belt, which I won in February. I don’t know when will happen my next fight. My opponents refuse to fight due to injuries and other reasons. Because of this I have no money to buy his son a gift on Christmas,” said Clark.
Boxer has placed an ad on E-Bay. The initial price of the goods is one thousand pounds (85 thousand). Clark offers the buyer a personal delivery and signature on the belt, if the wish to.
The athlete admitted that going through difficult times. Three of the last battle Clark was canceled due to the failure of rivals.
The Scot received a championship belt in February of 2018 after zel’fa Barrett refused to fight. All the assets of Clark’s 21 wins (10 by knockout), four losses and two draws.
Video, photo All from Russia.