24-year-old Czech boxer Fabiana Bytyqi and WBC atomweight champion has tested positive to COVID-19 coronavirus and is currently undergoing treatment.
The World Boxing Council, WBC, disclosed through their social media that Fabiana Bytyqi has been diagnosed for Coronavirus and wished her a speedy recovery.
The statement wrote;
“The president of the World Boxing Council, Mauricio Sulaimán, and the entire organization he represents, send their best wishes for the prompt and full recovery of Fabiana Bytyqi, who is facing health problems due to the coronavirus,” the WBC’s notice stated.
“Fabiana made history by becoming the first female boxer from the Czech Republic to win a world title, thanks to her September 2018 victory over Denise Castle. On November 30, 2019, Bytyqi defeated Mexican challenger Ana Arrazola by unanimous decision, in which it was the second defense of its championship,” added the agency.
“The entire family of the WBC is sending Fabiana a warm hug,” the sanctioning body concluded regarding the first confirmed case of a world monarch being diagnosed with COVID-19.