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2 of September, 14:49

The famous boxer was shot in Germany
Famous German heavyweight boxer Manuel Charr, not so long ago loser Vitali Klitschko WBC championship belt, received a gunshot wound in the town of Essen. To date, the Charr is in the hospital, where he underwent emergency surgery.

The incident occurred in one of the famous Turkish bars in the German city of Essen. The Syrian boxer who is acting under the flag of Germany, had an argument with one of the customers, after that the shooting began. According to the witnesses, Manuel Carra, who was in the company of a known rapper Kay One, for a long time provoked.

After the boxer lost his temper, he heard shooting. Unknown shot Carra and disappeared from the scene by car. As informs a portal BoxingNews, the attacker still can not find.

The former candidate for the WBC championship belt was wounded in the stomach. It went with the ambulance to a hospital where doctors carried out emergency surgery. At the moment the life of an athlete is not threatened.

To the best knowledge of the German edition of Bild, the incident happened as a consequence of discord in Facebook, in which the Charr and the attackers osmanlis hard-hitting statements. Manuel said to his opponent, which is located in Essen, and he, apparently, decided to shoot the boxer, not finding more decent arguments in the dispute.

Recall that last week Manuel Charr fought in Grozny, losing by knockout to the Latvian Mairis the Briedis. In 2012 in Moscow Manuel Charr lost to Vitali Klitschko in a fight for a champion belt under version WBC.

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