Frederic Sinistra, Belgium’s strongest man and three-time kickboxing world champion, died at the age of 41 from covid-19, after having publicly declared himself against vaccination and displaying negationist ideas.
Antivaccine kickboxing world champion Frederic Sinistra dies
‘The Undertaker’s’ opposition to the vaccine was such that he and his family never admitted that the fighter’s hospitalization had anything to do with covid-19, but always spoke of “health problems” or “a small virus”.
In fact, Sinistra left the hospital as soon as it was in his hand and returned home to continue his treatment there.
“Thank you for your support. I am recovering at home. As it should be. I will come back a thousand times stronger.” This was Sinistra’s last post on his personal Instagram account before his death.
Doctors released Sinistra after treating him for a covid-19 contagion that eventually ended his life. Despite the fact that from the kickboxer’s environment there is no reference to the virus, the Belgian press media speak of an infection that remained in the lungs as a result of the coronavirus.
Federic Sinistra, three-time world kickboxing champion and recognized anti-vaccine against covid-19, died of coronavirus after being discharged from the hospital.
Sinistra, known as ‘the strongest man in Belgium’, died at the age of 41 at his home in Ciney (Belgium), after deciding to treat the “little virus” himself at home.
Frederic Sinistra said the “little virus” wouldn’t stop him
The three-time world champion, who was forced to go to the hospital where he was admitted on November 26 at the behest of his trainer, shared several images at the time in intensive care.
Sinistra had previously uploaded a video where he could be seen struggling to breathe, saying he “didn’t have time to waste on lazy people.” In other posts on his social networks, he said the “little virus” would not stop him as he voiced his objections against the anti-covid measures.