The champion boxer of middleweight class, holding a record of 17 to 0, was met with a car crash on Wednesday, July 15th. It has happened around the Cedar Lake of Austin and according to rumors, is a Multiple-Car-Accident.
Better known as ”Black-Magic”, Travell Mazion was about to turn 25 in just 7 days. His last fight was held in January at Texas. No proper information has still been released to the public except for scrapes and rumors by fellow fighters and close friends and family, who have uploaded many social media posts addressing the tragedy.
UPDATE: Pin-in Collision at ~18000 blk of FM 1431 Rd; Correction, #ATCEMSMedics advising a total of 3 pinned patients with 1 one currently extricated & unconscious. Extrication still in progress on last 2 patients. All patients declared Trauma Alerts.
— ATCEMS (@ATCEMS) July 16, 2020
Officials have informed that many people were injured at the accident and that they were given medical attention immediately. But none of the names were let out. A Tweet left by The Austin — Travis County Emergency Medical Services implies that 1 death and 2 critical injuries were recorded. Furthermore, they have disclosed the location where this tragic incident happened.
Joseph Sungia, a close friend of Travell and a co-fighter expressed his tribute for his friend on Facebook saying his kindness and positive attitude will forever be remembered.
Along with Joseph Sungia, TMZ sports confirmed the great loss later that night. Travell’s Last Facebook post was also about a car accident where a youngster was killed in 2019. The driver was accused of manslaughter. Now, this post is overflowing with comments from his followers, addressing the unfortunate event and how much of a coincident this was.
Everyone that loves Travell Mazion has their deepest sympathies with his family and friends at this tragic time.
And that marked the full stop of a great life which could have gone a long distance with his remarkable talents.
I can’t believe it, R.I.P Travell Mazion. For those who don’t know him or never met him, he was a very talented boxer and one of the coolest people I knew. Always enjoyed watching him fight. Love you bro, watch over us pic.twitter.com/l18382txaS
— Vergil Ortiz Jr. (@VergilOrtiz) July 16, 2020