RIP: 19-Year-Old Boxing Phenom Dies from Severe Case of “Suddenly”


British boxing champion Jude Moore has died from a severe case of “Suddenly.” The 19-year-old phenom was set to box in Milan this week when his life was tragically cut short by the global outbreak of “Suddenly” that first began around January of 2021.

Moore’s story was a truly inspirational one. He came from one of the poorest wards in all of Great Britain. Moore started boxing in his early teenage years and was being interviewed as a rising star on the BBC by the time he was 14. He represented Britain at the Junior European Championships in 2017 and won.

The two-time British national champion just defeated the Polish national champion in a fight a few weeks ago. Moore is described as being “highly talented” and “supremely fit” on a GoFundMe page set up to pay for his funeral costs.

His friends and family, who we truly do feel sorry for, and the medical community in Great Britain, are all baffled at how someone so young and healthy could have contracted a fatal case of “Suddenly.”

The good news is that poor young Jude Moore was fully vaccinated and boosted against COVID-19, which is a requirement to participate in sports in Europe. Can you imagine how bad his death from “Suddenly” might have been, if Mr. Moore had not been vaccinated against COVID? Could have been MUCH worse!

Hopefully, the medical community and the scientists, who are completely credible, will one day discover the cause of “Suddenly,” and come up with a vaccine for it. In the meantime, Jude Moore joins the list of more than 1,200 professional and college athletes around the world who have succumbed to “Suddenly” since January of 2021. They should take some samples at the wet market in Wuhan, China to see if all of the “Suddenly” came from there.