Beez was reported dead on Saturday through a social media post shared by his friend Sickers @GrimSickers on Twitter
Grim said: “Can’t believe my friend @Pro_Beez passed man he got me into the boxing industry gave me my first boxing interview”
The cause of his death was not disclosed as at the time of filing this report.
Can’t believe my friend @Pro_Beez passed man he got me into the boxing industry gave me my first boxing interview 💔
— Sickers (@GrimSickers1) September 25, 2021
Also, Adam Smith and Matt Macklin has paid tribute to Pro Beez; –
🥊🇬🇧 Adam Smith and Matt Macklin paying tribute to our friend Pro Beez there 🙏
— Boxing-UK 🥊🇬🇧 (@Boxing_UK_) September 25, 2021
Beez was a Boxing and football correspondent Pro who became more increasingly well known for his compelling interviews with some of the top names in the sports world. Pro Beez hosts the interviews on his YouTube Channel ‘Pep Talk the UK’, and many of his interviews have been picked up by major UK newspapers, including the Sun, the Mirror, the Express and the BBC. So informative and entertaining are his interviews that Pro Beez has been dubbed one of the most promising black journalists to cover boxing and football.
“Like a lot of other people out there, I’m fanatical about both boxing and football, and that’s what Pep Talk UK is all about,” says Pro Beez.
“I’m out there every day getting the absolute latest scoops from the biggest names in the sports to share with my followers. It’s what I love to do!”
Located in North West London, Pro Beez started his career in journalism hosting a popular podcast on iTunes called ‘Real Talk On Pep Talk’ which featured many different personalities from the worlds of sport, music and television.
In four short years, his career has risen quickly as he regularly contributes to his own channel and website ‘Pep Talk UK,’ which has thousands of delighted fans and subscribers.
He has interviewed many top names in sports, including such personalities as Anthony Joshua, Tyson Fury, Dillian Whyte, Bob Arum, Eddie Hearn, Terence Crawford, Andy Ruiz Jr, Andre Ward, Claressa Shields, Robert Pires, Joe Cole and a great many more.
He will be sorely missed by his loveable sports fans celebrities.