Frank Warren has revealed that he’s simply recovered from COVID-19 having spent the final eight days in hospital.
The Corridor of Fame promoter, 68, has endured a tough month after contracting the virus late final yr, however is now fortunately within the clear.
Warren informed Seconds Out: “How am I doing? I used to be in hospital for eight days with COVID, aside from that, I’m alright.
“I examined constructive simply earlier than Christmas, didn’t really feel too good.
“My spouse wished to name an ambulance and I didn’t need to go into hospital, in order that they gave me a little bit of oxygen and so they went.
“The subsequent day I used to be actually dreadful, she known as the ambulance and I went to hospital.
“I used to be caught in hospital with a load of different actually poor individuals, a lot worse than I used to be with it. That’s the place I used to be.
“I spent a little bit of time in there struggling, attempting to get my breath and that was it. I come residence final week.”
Relating to the remedy he obtained from NHS workers, Warren added: “They have been marvellous, magnificent. They give the impression of being after you.
“They’re unbelievable selfless individuals and you may’t underestimate how a lot they contribute in a harmful atmosphere.
“They’re in there with individuals who check constructive, who’re struggling.
“The wards have been all full, there’s no room. It’s simply horrible and I used to be fortunate.”
Warren has returned to work this week and can now be focussed on placing collectively his combat schedule for the approaching months.
His first combat of 2021 has already been introduced as Carl Frampton will problem Jamel Herring for the WBO super-featherweight title on February 27.