Thousands of pounds have been raised in memory of promising teen boxer Ali Tazeem who was killed in a devastating car smash. The Black Country boxing prodigy – who was tipped to be the next Amir Khan – tragically died after the car he was in dramatically crashed into a wall on Sunday.
Now loved ones are raising thousands in the ‘young hero’s memory to support good deeds within the community. More than £9,500 had already been raised by Thursday morning.
The fundraiser reads: “On the morning of Sunday April 17, our beautiful young hero returned back to his lord. We invite the community to remember Ali and build projects that continue his onward legacy.
“ Funds raised from this campaign will go towards projects in Ali’s name, to continue his good deeds. Please share and donate anything you can, no matter how small, so we can help our beloved Ali reap…