Octomom Nadya Suleman banned from boxing ring for breaking opponent’s hand

London: Octomom Nadya Suleman’s boxing career seems to be over now, as Celebrity Boxing CEO Damon Feldman has banned her from his bouts after she allegedly broke an opponent’s hand in a pillow fight in Philadelphia and failed to show up for another fight in Florida.

Feldman announced his decision to ban her from future fights, saying “Nadya is banned for breaking a local female DJ Shilas hand in a pillow fight with no explanation or apology”.

“I have banned Octomom from Celebrity Boxing events, she is a nice person but her manager owes people money and doesn’t want to pay,” the Daily Mail quoted him as tweeting.

The celebrity fight promoter, who is currently trying to organise prize fight between Chris Brown and Drake after their tussle in a New York nightclub in July, also claims that his company has been losing deals because of their association with the Californian who famously gave birth to octuplets in January 2009.


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