Cuban former world title challenger Yordenis Ugas has revealed he was robbed by thieves at his Las Vegas home this week.
The welterweight star, who lost to Shawn Porter in a WBC welterweight shot earlier this year, was cleaned out of his prized possessions.
Ugas took to social media to call for those responsible to be punished to the maximum for their actions.
“I was robbed at my house in Las Vegas. They took everything I had,” Ugas revealed. “The sacrifice of many years of work.
“I hate thieves. They should pay with their lives, the pain and frustration they cause,” he added calling for the death penalty.
Yordenis Ugas robbed at home
The 33 year-old later added: “It’s a nightmare. My two cars were also stolen and some valuable things, which simply have no value, are priceless.
“You can not trust anyone. Life is very cruel and people have no loyalty. Everyone is bad until I show you otherwise.”
I was robbed at my house in
Las Vegas and they took everything they had. The sacrifice of many years of work. I hate thieves, they should pay with their lives the pain and frustration they cause.
— Yordenis Ugas (@YordenisUgas) November 6, 2019
The talented fighter got back to winning ways in July when defeating previously-undefeated Omar Figueroa Jr.
Competing on the Manny Pacquiao undercard, it was thought Ugas was in line to face the Filipino in his first defense.
That failed to transpire as Pacquiao continues his Senator duties at home and focuses on landing a rematch with Floyd Mayweather.
A bout by the end of the year could be in the offing for Ugas, who is rated in the top ten with more than one sanctioning body.