Eloy Perez, Former Boxing Champion Dies At 32

Eloy Perez, Former Boxing Champion Dies At 32
Dan Schreiber / For The Chronicle Eloy Perez, the boxer who trained and debuted in Rochester, fights Friday night in San Francisco on his way to his 21st win. Perez remains undefeated in the the super lightweight class of the North American Boxing Organization.
It is saddening to see youths die and for someone like Eloy Perez, the former Mexican-American fighter, dying at a promising age of 32, fans cannot seem to get over it.

The news broke on social media and a lot of fans have sent in their shock and condolences, among other feelings. Eloy Perez had ultimately fought Adrien Broner on HBO in 2012, a bout that was stopped in the fourth round.Eloy Perez, Former Boxing Champion Dies At 32After the bout, Perez failed a drug test for cocaine. This mistake proved costly as he was released from his contract with the Garcia family, and never fought as a professional ever again. See reactions from fans below:
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Eloy Perez, Former Boxing Champion Dies At 32 Eloy Perez, Former Boxing Champion Dies At 32

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