Chris Eubank says he will “never get over” the awful death of his son Sebastian, but that he is proud of his “amazing, warrior” child.
CHRIS EUBANK has bravely spoken out about his son’s untimely death, saying that he ‘will never get over it.’
Sebastian, who died of a heart attack in July at the age of 29, was praised by the British boxing hero.
Sebastian, a 2-0 pro boxer, personal trainer, and motivational speaker, was in Dubai watching the sunset when tragedy struck.
Dad “We have to be objective,” Chris said on Good Morning Britain, “what have I learned that could give people a view.” Sebastian was a great champion. In the sense that he was out there helping the poor and disadvantaged, my son was a warrior. He was there to assist the young people.
“He took part in a Sudanese revolution.” He was a strong fan of the continent of Africa. And now I’m doing it with his wife, Raheem Sebastian, and his child.
“I am overjoyed for my son. I’m not going to have a nervous breakdown. There are two points of view, one of which I will never get past.
“No parent can overcome the fact that you’ve devoted so much time, energy, and love from birth to 29.
“And suddenly he vanishes.” You’re not going to be able to recover from it.
“However, if you know about the spirit world and believe in it, my son is with me, and you remember who he was.”
Salma Abdelati, Sebastian’s widow and mother of one-year-old Raheem, has established a foundation in his honor.
“My son was great,” Eubank added.
I didn’t know certain aspects of him, but now that I’m hearing from others about how he was with children, it’s all coming back to me.
“We’re forming a foundation with his wife.” This foundation will raise awareness of the issue.
“It’s not money I’m pursuing; it’s awareness of the impoverished; we need to help the needy.”
“We have to take care of our next-door neighbor.” Sebastian was all about that. As a result, I rejoice in him.”