Former WBC International champion and double world title challenger, Polish Andrzej Fonfara (30-5, 18 KOs), has announced his retirement from boxing at the age of 31.
“There is no more enthusiasm, there is no motivation and there is no desire to go to the ring to fight. I am healthy, everything is fine, but I have no heart for boxing, I have decided to retire.” Thank you, “Fonfara said in a statement to his team, friends and supporters.
Fonfara began his career in 2006. He twice contested for the world crown. He conquered the WBC’s International belt when he defeated Julio César Chávez Jr., in addition to obtaining notable victories over former champions Glen Johnson, Chad Dawson, Nathan Cleverly and Doudou Ngumbu.
The World Boxing Council wishes Andrzej great success in his future plans.