With great ease, Frida Wallbergs life is split up in two. What has happened respectively, before and after 14. June 2013.
The evening she went in the boxing ring for the last time in his life, was beaten in the floor of the opponent, Diana Prazak from Australia, and had subsequent surgery for a cerebral hemorrhage.
She set the career, and has since been fighting a battle to get back to a ’normal’ life, as she herself has phrased it.
After several years it managed to regain the ability to eat, walk, talk and even go to the toilet without help.
But it has been a hard battle – and it is several times happened, that she has been affected by a relapse.
Here collapsed, the now 35-year-old Wallberg suddenly in his home and had once again let himself admit.
she writes on her Instagram profile.
- the latest time gone around with much headache, dizziness and fatigue. On Saturday collapsed and I was ukontaktbar, so the emts had to come and help me. After many investigations, I am now again on the legs. The doctors will now follow up on, why it happened, she writes.
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the last time gått runt with mycket huvudvärk yrsel och hjärntrötthet.In lördags tuppade jag av och was okontaktbar so att ambulanspersonal fick comma hem och hämta me. After various and many undersökningar är jag now on benen again. Läkarna now come att göra a uppföljning on varför de blir so här. Have hänt några gånger innan.#alltidlitetill
She says to the Swedish newspaper Expressen, that she is damn tired – but otherwise it's good.
She has resumed boxing in recent years but stresses that it will never be a comeback.
- No, I am not coming to box a match again, she says.
As the active amatørbokser she won 48 of 53 matches, before she became a professional as a 20-year-old in 2004. Since she had won the nordic championship two times and the Swedish six times.
As a professional, she won eight matches in a row, before she as the 27-year-old won the WBC belt in superfjervægt of canadian Olivia Gerula in november 2010.
After having defended the belt two times, she went into the ring against Diana Prazak and was knockoutet in eighth place.
Wallberg is knocked out and get treatment in the boxing ring. Photo: Maja Suslin/Ritzau Scanpix
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