Ludumo Lamati is back home after being released from hospital in Belfast, Northern Ireland recently.
Lamati sustained injuries and collapsed during his WBC Silver Featherweight bout against Nick Ball at the SSE Arena in Belfast
Former boxing champion, Carl Frampton, expressed awe at Lamati’s resilience, calling him a “miracle man.” In celebration of his recovery, Frampton joined Ludumo Lamati and his family for a meal. The bout took place as an undercard event preceding Michael Conlan’s world title clash with Luis Alberto Lopez.
In an online post, Frampton shared his disbelief and gratitude, emphasizing the strength displayed by Ludumo Lamati. Similarly, Jamie Conlan praised the boxer as a true warrior, acknowledging how he faced every challenge thrown at him like a champion, earning him the nickname “Miracle Man.” They also acknowledged the support and assistance provided to Lamati and his family during their time in Northern Ireland.
Eastern Cape Premier, Oscar Mabuyane, extended a warm welcome to Ludumo Lamati, commending his extraordinary resilience and unwavering fighting spirit. He regarded Lamati’s journey as a testament to the incredible limits of human endurance and assured him that the entire Eastern Cape community embraces him with love and compassion.
While everyone eagerly anticipates Lamati’s return to the ring, the priority remains his health and well-being. The province recognizes the importance of ensuring that he is in the best condition before stepping back into the boxing arena, said Mabuyane.