Anti-vaxxer kickboxing champion dies

Anti-vaxxer kickboxing champion known as The Undertaker who refused to acknowledge he had Covid and discharged himself from hospital to treat ‘the little virusat home with oxygen dies aged 41

  • Kickboxing champion Fred Sinistra died from complications relating to Covid-19
  • Anti-vaxxer discharged himself from hospital in Liege, 比利时, 在他死前
  • Sinistra, 41, told followers he would treat ‘the little virusfrom home with oxygen
  • An anti-vaxx kickboxing champion who was known as The Undertaker has died aged 41 after denying he had 新冠肺炎 and discharging himself from hospital to treat ‘the little viruswith oxygen.

    Frederic Sinistra died of complications relating to the virus in Ciney, 比利时, weeks after discharging himself from a hospital in Liege and telling followers he would treat his symptoms from home.

    The three-time world champion was admitted to hospital in late November after being forced to seek medical help by his coach and posted pictures of himself lying in bed in an intensive care ward with an oxygen tube in his nose.

    Sinistra also posted a video on 脸书 in which he appeared to be struggling to breathe and wrote in an accompanying caption that he had ‘no time to waste with lazy people’.

    He railed against government restrictions to contain Covid-19, dismissed the virus and said the ‘little viruswould not stop him in social media posts while in hospital.

    Sinistra was active online until December 13 and his partner announced his death from respiratory failure on December 16.

    Kickboxing champion Fred Sinistra has died aged 41 after denying he had Covid-19 and discharging himself from hospital to treat 'the little virus' with oxygen

    Kickboxing champion Fred Sinistra has died aged 41 after denying he had Covid-19 and discharging himself from hospital to treat ‘the little viruswith oxygen

    Fred Sinistra (对) died of complications relating to the virus in Ciney, 比利时, weeks after discharging himself from a hospital in Liege and telling followers he would treat his symptoms from home

    Fred Sinistra (对) died of complications relating to the virus in Ciney, 比利时, weeks after discharging himself from a hospital in Liege and telling followers he would treat his symptoms from home








    在十一月 26, Sinistra announced a fight planned for December 4 had been cancelled, but said he was ‘disgustedto have called the event off.

    ‘A warrior never abdicates, I will come back even stronger,’ Sinistra wrote.

    Days later on November, the former champion boxer posted: ‘I was born premature and I will continue to fight to the death like a man without ever giving up and dying without regrets’.

    在十二月 13, three days before his death was announced, Sinistra responded to comments on his Facebook page.

    [object Window]. I’m home recovering, as I should. I will come back a thousand times stronger,’ 他写了.

    Sinistra was admitted to hospital in late November after being forced to seek medical attention for his Covid-19 symptoms by his coach Osman Yigin.

    Speaking to Belgian outlet SudInfo, Yigin said he told Sinistra to take himself to hospital and threatened to refuse to train the former world champion in the future if he refused to do so.

    在十一月 26, while in an intensive care unit, Sinistra announced a fight planned for December 4 had been cancelled, but said he was 'disgusted' to have called the event off

    在十一月 26, while in an intensive care unit, Sinistra announced a fight planned for December 4 had been cancelled, but said he was ‘disgustedto have called the event off

    Sinistra was active online until December 13 and his partner announced his death on December 16, though it was not clear exactly when he died

    Sinistra was active online until December 13 and his partner announced his death on December 16, though it was not clear exactly when he died








    Like many Covid-19 sceptics, Sinistra believed his youth and fitness would act as protection against the virus.

    In a series of social media posts, the former champion boxer had repeatedly called the virus ‘la grippe des cheveux’, literally meaning ‘the hair flu’, 和 blasted mask mandates and vaccine passes.

    在他的职业生涯中, Sinistra won several heavyweight world and European kickboxing titles. He was recently branded Belgium’s ‘strongest man’.

    几乎 90 per cent of the Belgian population have had two doses of the vaccine.

    But the Belgian government has recently introduced new measures following an outbreak of the Omicron variant, which is rapidly transmissible.

    Under the current restrictions, indoor public activities are strictly limited, shopping is curtailed and sports fans are not be allowed into stadiums and indoor venues.

    The Belgian government shied away, 然而, from a full lockdown like that imposed in the neighbouring Netherlands for the holiday season.

    The Belgian measures come despite a steady decline in Covid-19 hospital admissions in recent weeks.

    The kickboxing champion was admitted to hospital in late November after being forced to seek medical help by his coach and posted pictures of himself lying in bed in an intensive care ward with an oxygen tube in his nose

    The kickboxing champion was admitted to hospital in late November after being forced to seek medical help by his coach and posted pictures of himself lying in bed in an intensive care ward with an oxygen tube in his nose

    Sinistra was admitted to hospital in late November after being forced to seek medical attention for his Covid-19 symptoms by his coach Osman Yigin

    Sinistra was admitted to hospital in late November after being forced to seek medical attention for his Covid-19 symptoms by his coach Osman Yigin

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