So proud of this guy for preserving through it all. He is still a champ to Swagggirlicious Media.
Former world champion Zab Judah beat people up for a living … but now he’s got another job, assisting elderly patients with dementia, and helping teach a nursing class. Judah, a four time world champ, is working at an adult day care facility during the day, and helping teach a nurses assistant class by night … all the while still training as a pro fighter.
Teberah Alexander, the director at Excelling Nursing Academy who also runs the day care facility — tells TMZ Sports that Judah recently graduated the nurses assistant class (he’s now CPR certified, and First-Aid trained) … and now actually helps teach a class of students studying to get certified. Alexander says Zab primarily works with people with dementia and Alzheimer’s … and has developed a bond with the elderly patients.
She says Zab does everything from catheters to taking vitals. it’s no secret that Zab has had his fair share of trouble in the past … but we’re told that Judah has changed his life, and has been a favorite of patients, staff and students at the nursing facility. Judah (43-9, 30 KOs), 40 years old, has been out of the ring since January, when he made his comeback to score a two round KO win. It was Judah’s first bout since losing to Paulie Malignaggi in December 2013. There is no word if Judah intends to resume his boxing career.