I recently returned to training after having surgery on my right hand, and posted a sparring vid to critique a few months ago. I was preparing to have my first fight back when I ended up tearing a muscle in my back once again. I started to have blurry vision slowly but surely as well as migraines that were getting consistently worse over the past few years, so I went to the doctor to figure out what was wrong. They did an MRI of my brain, and I ended up finding out the worst news of my life. I have a brain tumor. I scheduled my surgery to get it removed because if I don't, I will go blind, go into full hormonal failure and die. January the biggest fight of my life gets resolved. It is the reason I've been injured so much the past 4 years, my Testosterone when finally tested was at 147. Average for my age is 800-1100, and mine was at a whopping 147, and my growth hormone was well below average. The neuro surgeon I went to explained that the tumor has most likely been growing for about 5-10 years now, and the first thing it damages is testosterone. My whole boxing career I've been extremely crutched by what you could call anti-steroids, I've never once boxed to my full potential and I may never get the chance to. They told me the damage the tumor has done is permanent and my boxing career is pretty much over. I have faith that I will overcome all this though and find a way. Thanks to anyone who followed and critiqued any of my training videos.