Boxer Reveals Life's Challenges After Catastrophic Brain Injury


(The Star) – It is a reminder of how boxing can go horribly wrong. On September 12, 2014, the Sheffielder suffered catastrophic head injuries in a fight against Serge Ambomo. He underwent surgery, was placed temporarily in a coma, and his recuperation continues. Today, Jerome, 31, answers questions about his life.

How are you?

I have regained most physical functions but it hasn’t come easy. Hard work, determination and advice from my team at the Sheffield Head Injury Rehabilitation Centre has got me where I’m at: I’m now able to do more. CONTINUE


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