Boxing champion Mahmoud Charr has just shown three years after the fuss about his non-existent German passport again to repentance. "First of all, I would like to apologise to all the people in Germany! I had sworn after my world Cup win in 2017, that I would have the German passport. I wanted to be world champion for Germany," wrote the 35-Year-old in an open letter: "in the Meantime, I see that I made a big mistake."
for Days, was born in Lebanon in November of 2017, was the first German heavyweight Champion since Max Schmeling in 1932, life high. But suddenly came out that Charr has no German passport. Four days after winning the WBA title against Russian Alexander Ustinov, he gave in to the media pressure. The debt on the vortex, he pushed back his lawyers, who had informed him incorrectly. Now, he confessed his own error.
in the Meantime, Diamond Boy" Charr had changed "even his real name, Mahmoud, in Manuel, but after the Pass-gaffe he was in the previous year. His championship fight against Ustinov was also his last appearance in the Ring. The for may of this year, the planned first title defense against American Trevor Bryan fell of the Corona-crisis victim.Updated Date: 28 July 2020, 13:19