The boxing world is mourning the tragic death of Danny González, a 22-year-old fighter known for his amateur records who joined the team of Floyd Mayweather in 2016. The young man was shot dead in the Californian town of Moreno Valley, where he was assaulted by a person.

After hearing the news, Mayweather used his social networks to dedicate a goodbye message to one of his golden boys: “The champion left, but will never be forgotten. Rest in peace, “he wrote next to a photo of both of them and another of the young man after a fight.

The president of the World Boxing Council Mauricio Sulaiman He also expressed his sadness for “the tragic death of the boxer and great promise Danny González.”

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R.I.P champ gone but never forgotten.

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The Riverside County Sheriff’s Office investigation reported that two teenagers accompanying the boxer were injured and that for the moment the author has not been identified of the shots nor does he know the reasons that caused the event.

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Danny Gonzalez signed with Mayweather after his record as a fan from 96-13. Although he only participated in three bouts as a professional and had parked the sport since 2017, recently had announced his return a los rings.