Wife of Boxing Legend Marvin Hagler Says Death Not Caused by CCP Virus Vaccine

The wife of Marvelous Marvin Hagler refuted claims on social media that her husband died after taking the COVID-19 vaccine

Kay G. Hagler, the wife of the 66-year-old legendary fighter explained that her husband’s recent death was not due to the COVID-19 jab.

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In a statement on Facebook, she wrote:

“I was the only person close to him until the last minute, and I am the only person that know[s] how things went not even his family know all the details and I do NOT accept to read some stupid comment without knowing really what happen.

For sure wasn’t the vaccine that caused his death. My baby left in peace with his usually (sic) smile and now is not the time to talk nonsense.”

The professional boxing legend died over the weekend on March 13 after he was reportedly taken to a New Hampshire hospital for experiencing chest pains and difficulty breathing.

Several social media spread the rumors that Hagler was hospitalized after experiencing side effects from the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus vaccine and later died from it.

In an Instagram post that was later flagged as fake by a fact-checker on the platform, Major League Baseball player Aubrey Huff wrote:

“Hammering Hank Aaron … now Marvelous Marvin Hagler two legends dead after taking the #covid19 vaccine.”

COVID-19 is a disease caused by the CCP virus, which is commonly referred to as the novel coronavirus.

Among the many others who claimed that the boxer died after taking the jab was Thomas Hearn, a former U.S. professional boxer who previously competed against Hagler.

On March 14, Hearns wrote on Instagram:

“A real true warrior Pray for the kind and his family … he’s in the ICU fighting the after-effects of the vaccine!”

The post was later deleted by the platform.

Hagler’s wife explained there will be no funeral because her husband hated funerals, adding that she is planning to do “something special” following his wishes:

“There is something special that I will do because it was his wishes and you will be informed at the right time by me I just need time. “

Hagler has been renowned as one of the great middleweights in boxing history and stopped “rival” Hearns in a fight that lasted less than eight minutes.

Two years later, after he lost a decision to Sugar Ray Leonard—stolen, he claimed, by the judges—he never fought again.

Hagler, Leonard, Hearns, and Roberto Duran dominated the middleweight classes during a golden time for boxing in the 1980s.

Hagler fought against them all on boxing’s biggest stages.

He fought 67 times over 14 years as a pro out of Brockton, Massachusetts, finishing 62-3-2 with 52 knockouts.

He fought with a proverbial chip on his shoulder, believing that boxing fans and promoters alike didn’t give him his proper due.

He was enraged that he wasn’t introduced before a 1982 fight by his nickname of Marvelous, so he went to court to legally change his name.

One spring night in 1985, he and Hearns met in one of the era’s big middleweight clashes outdoors at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.

When the opening bell rang, they traded punches for three minutes in an opening-round, and many considered it to be the best in boxing history.

Hagler was born in Newark, New Jersey. In the late 1960s, he moved with his family to Brockton.

He was discovered as an amateur by the Petronelli brothers, Goody and Pat, who ran a gym in Brockton. They continued training him for his entire pro career.

Hagler was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 1993.

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