Boxer Tyan Booth has licence suspended after offensive tweet about tragic fighter Scott Westgarth who died aged 31

TYAN BOOTH has had his boxing licence suspended following his distasteful feedback relating to the tragic demise of Scott Westgarth.

Tremendous-middleweight Booth, 34, posted on Twitter: "Some individuals would take pleasure in it if I acquired killed in a boxing ring like Scott Westgarth. Man down."

 Tyan Booth has been roundly criticised for his comments following Scott Westgarth's death

Tyan Booth has been roundly criticised for his feedback following Scott Westgarth's dying

Westgarth died aged 31 within the early hours of Sunday morning, having fallen sick after his factors win over Dec Spelman in Doncaster on Saturday.

Westgarth complained he was feeling sick and had a ache in his head earlier than tragically passing away in hospital simply hours after the outcome.

It’s prompted a plethora of messages and properly-needs to his household, with a Go Fund Me web page additionally arrange in his honour.

Booth additionally made a reference to wheelchair-sure Gerald McClellan, who suffered a mind damage in his ultimate struggle 23 years in the past.

 Scott Westgarth sadly lost his life after winning a Doncaster fight

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Scott Westgarth sadly misplaced his life after profitable a Doncaster struggle

Booth added: “To these complaining about my tweet about the boxer who received killed just lately, I’m boxing myself in 2 weeks and I’ve spent the previous three months consuming cider and never coaching correctly.

“So there’s a gud probability I’ll find yourself in a wheelchair like Gerald McClellan, so tune in.”

These feedback prompted a livid response from Westgarth’s brother Adam, who replied: “You nasty piece of s***.”

“My brother has completed greater than you ever have and ever will!

Booth made a variety of weird feedback on Twitter and has been roundly criticised

 Booth also made a comment about wheelchair-bound Gerald McClellan (left)

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Booth additionally made a remark about wheelchair-sure Gerald McClellan (left)

“You’re taking that down or I’ll take you out. I promise. You don’t need to be recognised as a boxer.”

Booth’s coach Dominic Ingle has since stated that the fighter will probably be punished.

He has been inactive since June 2017.

He revealed: “The inappropriate feedback tweeted just lately by Tyan Booth shall be handled by the Ingle Fitness center & BBBofC. He has been requested to take away them.”

The Ingle health club, by the way, is predicated in Sheffield, close to to the place Westgarth was educated by Glyn Rhodes on the Sheffield Boxing Centre.

TYAN BOOTH has had his boxing licence suspended following his distasteful feedback relating to the tragic demise of Scott Westgarth.