Boxing legend Michael Watson ‘robbed by ammonia wielding carjackers’

Chingford

  Brain-damaged boxing legend Michael Watson suffered cuts and bruises after he was robbed by carjackers wielding bottles of ammonia, a court heard. The former middleweight champion, 53, was caught in his passenger side seatbelt as two men tried to steal his car near his home in Chingford, east London on 16 February last year. He was left partially-disabled after suffering a near-fatal brain injury in his infamous fight with Chris Eubank in 1991. The boxing hero, known in his…

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