Boxing middleweight legend Marvin Hagler (62-3-2, 52 KOs) has passed, and according to Thomas “The Hitman” Hearns, a former opponent and friend of Hagler, Marvin had been admitted to the ICU following the administration of the COVID-19 vaccine. In January, baseball Hall of Famer Hank Aaron died weeks after a widely publicized COVID-19 vaccination campaign which he had participated in. Though Aaron’s death was ruled the result of natural causes, upon further investigation it appears “natural causes” is somewhat of a grey area in clinical pathology, where various coroners are given considerable leeway in determining deaths from “natural causes” which can often times fall in between the realm of natural and unnatural.
In January, 33-deaths in Norway were suspected to be linked to the COVID-19 vaccine, though according to CBS News no connection between the mysterious deaths and the COVID-19 vaccination program have been officially established. Although not vaccine related, UFC pioneer Paul Varelans also died in January after being intubated and placed in a medically induced coma following his original COVID-19 diagnosis. “The Polar Bear” is reported to have put up a valiant struggle to the end despite the fact the medical community has increasingly come to rethink the intubation paradigm popularly adopted by medical professionals across the world to fight COVID-19. Whether or not Varelans was ultimately the victim of medical malpractice is an issue for his family and the courts to decide.
Hagler, one of the four kings of boxing who ruled the middleweight division during the '80s, was involved in perhaps the greatest fight of all-time against Thomas “The Hitman” Hearns on April 15th, 1985. Dubbed “The War” by boxing historians, Marvin defeated Hearns by TKO after the fight was waived off in the third round at the 1:52 mark. Forever immortalized as one of boxings greatest fighters, "Marvelous" Marvin Hagler will go down in history as the kind of fighter other fighters aspire to be.
Interestingly, according to a 2017 Golden Gate University School of Law report, “In 2010, the Gates Foundation funded experimental malaria and meningitis vaccine trials across Africa and HPV vaccine programs in India. All of these programs resulted in numerous deaths and injuries, with accounts of forced vaccinations and uninformed consent.” With Bill Gates, of Microsoft and the Gates Foundation fame leading the charge to push widespread COVID-19 vaccination programs across the United States and beyond, the deaths of Hagler and Aaron are no doubt going to pour fuel on the fire of the anti-vaccination debate as evidence for arguments on both sides of the aisle continue to pour in.