35-year-old British bantamweight Jamie McDonnell has formally introduced his retirement from the game of boxing. McDonnell (30-3-1, 13 KOs) hasn’t fought since outpointing Cristian Narvaez in June 2019 however final evening made a publish on his social media account formally making his retirement official.
“Nicely at this time’s the day that I’m formally retiring from the game of boxing,” McDonnell wrote on Instagram. “I’ve had an excellent suppose over the previous few months and I’ve spoken to some shut individuals round me. On the age of 35 I really feel that it’s too late to make a come again. I’ve achieved greater than I ever thought I’d. English champion, British champion, commonwealth champion, European champion, IBF world champion and WBA world champion.
“I received my 1st world title in my house city of Doncaster and have defended each belt the world over. I fought the perfect to be the perfect. I fell brief in opposition to among the best fighters on the planet and I believe if I come again now at this age it might put my life’s arduous work to disgrace.
“I can actually say I’ve had a blast and lived the life! There are such a lot of individuals I want to thank however I’d be right here all day. So thanks to these individuals, you recognize who you’re and thank everybody for supporting me on my journey.”
We prolong our greatest needs to McDonnell in his life after boxing.