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Texas Boxing Champion, Travell Mazion Is Dead



American professional boxer who has held the WBC-NABF super welterweight title since January 2020, Travell Mazion has passed away. Travell Mazion was reported to have died on July 15 2020. His cause of death or what killed is not yet known as at the time of filing this report.

UPDATE:  Travell Mazion boxing star out of Austin Texas  passed away in a car accident near Cedar Park. The tragic incident happened  in the 18000 block of FM 1431.

Mazion made his professional debut on April 27, 2013, scoring a first-round technical knockout (TKO) victory over Ricky Young at the Frank Erwin Center in Austin, Texas.

Boxer, Joseph Suniga via his official Facebook page announced the death of Mazion.

His post reads below..

Travell Mazion I was shocked to hear the news about what happened. I want to let you know that you impacted us with your kindness and positive motivation. You where someone who we enjoyed watching do your thing in the ring under the bright lights and on the big stage. You will be missed and remembered as one of Austins great champions.
We will make sure you are remembered as well. R.I.P. Champ #BLACKMAGIC

Lehman High School teacher, Marcus Winn Sr. also reacted to the sudden demise of Travell Mazion. Marcus Wrote “Man the good die young…rest in peace Travell Mazion…this kid always represented Austin well and was a humble young man. Would always speak and show love and had a very promising boxing career…2020 has been a rough one to say the least…”

Travell Mazion challenged for his first professional title, the vacant WBC-NABF super welterweight title against Fernando Castañeda on January 11, 2020 at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. Mazion stopped Castañeda in the first round, scoring a knockout (KO) at 58 seconds into the fight with a left hook to the body.

Austin Travis County EMS (ATCEMS) gives update on the crash that took Travell Mazion’s life

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