BOXER Lee Noble has revealed he has terminal most cancers after medical doctors advised him the information his household had been “dreading”.
The 31-year-old was first recognized with leukaemia again in 2014, and has been preventing the illness ever since.
However now Noble has posted out on social media an replace on his situation – and it’s the worst information attainable.
He wrote: “After seeing my Dr immediately we’ve lastly been advised the information me and my household had been dreading that the most cancers has returned in my mind and bone marrow and the most cancers is terminal.
“I received’t cease preventing until my closing breath thanks for everybody’s help particularly my fiancée and household.”
After revealing the surprising information on social media, the world of boxing united in help for the stricken star.
Matchroom promoter Eddie Hearn posted: “Lee sorry to listen to the information – everybody in boxing is behind you retain up the battle mate.”
And rival Frank Warren additionally commented with: “The ideas and prayers of everyone at Queensberry are with you Lee. Hold preventing.”
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Boxers, some of who Noble fought in the ring during his eight-year career as a pro, also tweeted out their shock and passed on prayers and thoughts for him.
Kell Brook commented: “Sorry to hear about the news lee, keep fighting champ we’re all behind you!”
Brian Rose added: “I’m so sad to hear the bad news Lee. It was a pleasure sharing the ring with a true fighter like yourself.
“Keep fighting champ.”
Rising star Anthony Fowler wrote: “Thinking of you mate.”
Rocky Fielding, who last fought Canelo Alvarez and suffered a third-round KO loss, posted: “Prays to you & family mate. Keep fighting.”
Former boxers Spencer Oliver and Darren Barker also expressed their sadness on hearing about the development.
Oliver, who is now a promoter and trainer, wrote on Twitter: “Sorry to hear this news Lee, keep fighting, the whole of the boxing world behind you champ.”
And Barker, who famously won the IBF middleweight world title in 2013, wrote: “Doctors have been proved wrong, time and time again. You’re a warrior, keep fighting brother.”
Noble made his professional boxing debut in 2006, losing on points to Shaun Farmer on points.
His last bout was a points win against Kiril Psonko. His boxing record was 20 wins, 24 losses and three draws.