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Danish boksehåb affected by grief before the battle: - It changed my life

Although the tenth rumble of the place, and yet an important battle must bokses Friday at the Danish Fight Night for the Danish Rossing, not everything is joy and gammen.

Shortly into the new year, he lost its foster-father, who for a long time had been affected by cancer.

- It has been wild and far from optimal. He has been sick a long time, but were at one time declared kræftfri, says Ditlev Rossing to the Extra Blade when we meet him in the gym in Copenhagen, and continues:

- But it came back again and then it went really fast.

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the 24-year-old Danish Rossing describes the relationship to the plejefaren, Christian 'Chris' Ullits Christensen, as a father-son relationship.

- Where would you have been today if it had not been for him?

I dare not think. If I had been here. He has saved my life, I have no doubt about that.

- I was a mess, and made much trouble. My life was heading in the wrong direction. Boxing got me out of it. Suddenly gave my life meaning.

Chris and All became acquainted, after that Researchers could no longer live with his biological parents.

- I was sent to boarding school ... Or I was kicked at school, when I was 15 years of my biological parents. Under efterskoleopholdet I lost all contact to the biological parents. There was an episode without going into too much detail, where my biological mother chose her new husband over me, he says.

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the Boxer Ditlev Rossing coach in Valby. Photo: Mogens Flindt

Since the stay was coming to an end, was the young Danish Rossing very distraught and had a hard time seeing where he was going with his life.

I was thrown out of the school. One day, it was all too much for me; I lost contact with my parents and was not allowed to see my brother, who meant a lot to me. I didn't know where I should go after school.

- When I met Chris he got me on the right track and the focus came on to the boxing.

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And he is ready for Friday. Photo: Mogens Flindt

since then developed the relationship between the two.

- He saw my potential both in and outside the boxing ring. We had to trust each other, and he gave me a roof over her head. I was allowed to spend the night with him one night, and one night became two. Eventually he and his wife, my foster parents. He knew I was a good kid who needed a family.

- It changed my life completely. I focused just on my boxing. It is incredibly hard, that he is now gone. He means a lot to me.

After a death, some would prefer peace and quiet to process the grief. Still, choosing Ditlev Rossing to make battle against his Georgian opponent Friday in west hartford-the hall.

- I can remember that he said to me in the hospital, I now had a handle on how I should train. He went up to his illness not had to go beyond my focus on the fight. He lived and breathed for boxing. I do it for him and in his spirit.

so far Rossing undefeated in his professional career in boxing with ten victories.

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