Jules Tottenham Bevis, a boxing coach, and ex-WWE star, has tragically passed away in the ring at 55. On Sunday (October 3), Jules collapsed at a charity event in Norwich. The veteran boxer tried to regain consciousness but tragically died at the scene.
Her uncle was raising money for a four-year-old girl with cancer when he died. He had a golden heart until the end,” she said.
“He was raising money for cancer treatment for a little girl by boxing for charity at my dad’s wrestling ring.”
How did Jules Tottenham Bevis die?
He died at the scene after becoming unwell at the event on Diamond Road, Norwich. Jules Bevis’ death reason is unknown. Some event authorities believe he died from a stroke.
At the World Association of Wrestling (WAW) Performance Center on Sunday afternoon, an ambulance was called, but Mr. Bevis died despite medical treatment.
Tribute to Jules Tottenham Bevis:
Mr. Bevis’ niece Saraya-Jade Bevis, formerly known as Paige in the WWE, posted a photo of flowers and messages outside the Norwich club on Twitter.
Uncle Jules died doing what he loved; it is wonderful to see everyone turn out to pay their respects to him.”
Adding that Mr. Bevis was a “gentleman” and “a Norwich boxing legend,” Bruno described the news of his death as “terrible.”
Jules Tottenham Bevis Cause Of Death:
It has not yet been revealed what caused Mr. Bevis’s death, but his brother Ricky Knight said on Monday that it was not boxing. In the charity match, there were no big punches, but the cause may have been a heart attack.
During the time of his death, he was participating in a charity event to raise money for Norwich girl Kayla Buttle. Her family is making efforts to raise £185,001 for her treatment in the US.