Blair Wilson ‘The Cowboy’ Legendary boxer of Fred Brophy is dead

By | November 26, 2021

Blair Wilson Death, Emerald, Queensland: Blair Wilson, 46-year-old, of Emerald, Queensland, Australia, popularly known as the ‘Cowboy’ and a legendary boxer at Fred Brophy’s Boxing Tent, passed away unexpectedly. He has an outstanding record of 507 undefeated fights in the tent. James Verzeletti in a Facebook post referred to him as a legend who changed so many lives of youngsters including that of his son. “This Legend changed the lives of some awesome young Lads in the Central Highlands including my eldest son.” He also added that he was a Legend of The Australian Icon Fred Brophy’s Boxing Troupe and the best coach he has ever seen.

Wilson is of Australian origin, he was born on February 12, 1975. He has been a longtime Australian boxer and legend of Fred Brophy’s Boxing Troupe, he was also an outstanding coach who put in a lot of effort to help develop young talented youth in the community in the game of boxing. Will is celebrated over social media for his achievements and contributions to the community. Jamie Myer in a Facebook post says that Wilson as Cowboy in the Fred Brophy tents was undefeated in 300 fights and was the most popular tent fighter for many years. “Blair as the Cowboy in the Fred Brophy tents was undefeated in 300 fights and was the most popular tent fighter for many years.”

Digger Brophy also shared on their Facebook page saying it is a sad day for the troupe as they say goodbye to one of the favorite sons. “It is a sad day when the troupe must say goodbye to one of its favorite sons.” They also described him as a great entertainer that traveled the country for many years bringing fun and entertainment to thousands. “He was a great entertainer that traveled the country for many years bringing fun and entertainment to thousands.”

Blair Wilson’s obituary will be organized by the family

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