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RIP Lewis Pinto
3rd June 2012
The 24-year-old from Wallington made his professional debut at Elephant & Castle in April, when his army of fans from around the country saw him beat Danny Dontchev comfortably on points, after a successful couple of years competing on the amateur circuit and in the Queensbury Boxing League.
Lewis’s manager Mickey Helliet confirmed the news when he tweeted today: “I am very very sorry, something terrible has happened but the rumours are true my boxer and good friend Lewis Pinto, hung himself this morning.”
RIP Lewis Pinto – Another fallen warrior from the boxing brotherhood.