In September, 2009, a tall, soft-spoken boxer named Paul Williams arrived at the New York Giants’ practice facility, in New Jersey, for a press conference to announce his next fight. Williams was a success, widely considered one of the best boxers in the world, but not quite a star. Show More Summary
Boxer Paul Williams suffered a serious injury after a motorcycle crash on Sunday in Marietta, Georgia that left him paralyzed from the waist down, George Peterson, Williams’ trainer and manager, said Monday. “From the waist down, he has absolutely no movement,” Peterson told the Associated Press. “He’s in very good spirits, though. He still believes [...]Show More Summary
Post by Mary Fischer What should have been a fun weekend spent celebrating his brother's wedding turned into a nightmare for boxer Paul Williams, "The Punisher," after he crashed his motorcycle in Marietta, Georgia, and was injured so severely that he is now paralyzed from the waist down. Show More Summary
Paul Williams' boxing days are over: The two-time welterweight titlist will never walk again, his doctors say, according to his manager. Williams was paralyzed below the waist in an Atlanta motorcycle accident while en route to his brother's house to prepare for another brother's wedding Sunday morning, his manager tells...
Boxer Paul Williams severed his spinal cord Sunday when his motorcycle crashed outside of Atlanta. The crash left Williams paralyzed from the waist down, likely ending his career. “From the waist down, he has absolutely no movement. He’s in very good spirits, though,” Williams’ manager George Peterson told the Associated Press. Show More Summary
Damn bruh… Boxer Paul Williams Paralyzed After Motorcycle Accident In Atlanta In a decorated career in the boxing ring, Paul Williams picked up three belts and the nickname, “The Punisher.” Now, Williams has a bigger fight ahead. After a Sunday
Paul Williams, 30, a middleweight boxer known as "The Punisher," (pictured here with son Paul Williams Jr.) now faces a challenge of a very different kind after a motorcycle crash in Atlanta Sunday (May 28) that has left him paralyz...
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Boxer Paul Williams was seriously injured in a motorcycle accident near Atlanta, the fighter's promoter said, and is currently paralyzed from the waist down. The 30-year-old Williams, who was scheduled to fight world champion Saul "Canelo" Alvarez, Sept. Show More Summary
Boxer Paul Williams, known as "The Punisher," has been left paralyzed from the waist down after a traffic accident Sunday in suburban Atlanta, according to news reports. Williams' manager, George Peterson, told CNN affiliate WRDW in Augusta, Georgia, that the boxer is facing surgery Wednesday to stabilize his spinal column. That surgery will entail putting [...]
Boxer Paul Williams was paralyzed from the waist down Sunday after being involved in a motorcycle crash in the Atlanta suburbs and doctors said it is unlikely he will continue his career, his manager, George Peterson said Monday.
Paul Williams' manager says the boxer has been paralyzed from the waist down after being involved in a motorcycle crash in the Atlanta suburbs.
The trainer of Paul Williams says the boxer has been paralyzed from the waist down after being involved in a motorcycle crash in the Atlanta suburbs.
Cuban boxer Erislandy Lara Santoya set to face Paul Williams – Boxing news The Cuban professional boxer Erislandy Lara Santoya, who has been the 2005 amateur world champion at welterweight division, will be facing 29-year-old Southpaw...Show More Summary
Paul Williams beats Erislandy Lara of Cuba in welterweight division – Boxing news The American professional boxer Paul Williams won a controversial 12-round decision against the welterweight contender Erislandy Lara of Cuba at the Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Samuel Viruet was appointed as the referee of that competitive bout. Show More Summary
On the undercard of last night's Paul Williams/Erislandy Lara fight, Akifumi Shimoda was having a relatively easy time of it in his first-ever appearance on American soil. A fifth-round headbutt left his foe Rico Ramos's worried that the ref might tap him out on account of bleeding. Ramos knew this. So, what did he do? More »