WBC endows Belt on boy for saving little sister from dog
The World Boxing Council (WBC) has recognized a little boy, Young Bridger Walker, as a full-time world champion.
Confirming the recognition, the World Boxing Council tweeted on its Twitter handle @WBCBoxing:
We are honored to name 6-year-old, Bridger Walker, WBC Honorary Champion, for his brave actions that represent the best values of humanity. Bridger, you’re a hero.”
Young Walker received what is regarded as “the most-deserved belt in history” after he saved his little sister from an aggressive German Shepherd dog.
In the aftermath of the attack, he was left with 90 stitches all over his body as a result of the dog’s bites.
After saving his three-year-old sister from certain death, Walker was quoted as stating: “If anyone has to die, it’s me, I’m the big brother.”
Today, he has the official WBC historical record, of being the best fighter in the world for one day.
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