The 30-year-old Williams, who was planned to combat Spanish celebrity and super-welterweight community champ Saul "Canelo" Alvarez, May. 15 at the MGM Huge in Las Nevada, has no sensation below his hips, said Goossen, who included that the left-handed martial artist is due to go through medical procedures Thursday at an unfamiliar medical heart.
Williams is located in Aiken, S.C.
Goossen said he was informed by Williams' administrator, Al Haymon, and instructor, Henry Lewis, that Williams seemingly swerved to prevent get in touch with with a automobile Weekend and missing management of his motorbike.
"Riding a motorbike can be dangerous," Goossen said. "I'm informed John is in excellent mood considering what has occurred."
Asked whether Goossen has been informed Williams will never combat again, the supporter said, "Our ideas aren't there right now. He's going through this process, and we're expecting he can get returning on his toes after that. That's all we're expecting for."
Peterson informed an Augusta, Ga., tv place, WRDW, that the boxer's medical procedures Thursday will aim to secure the healthier higher 50 percent of his backbone by placing a safety walls around it.
The 6-foot-1 Williams (41-2, 27 knockouts) described himself as an dynamic kickboxing southpaw who could combat anywhere between welterweight and middleweight.
He fought to get a combat as one of the sport's most prevented fighters after reviewing a single choice over Mexico's Antonio Margarito in 2007 at the House Warehouse Center, then rallying from a unexpected reduction to Carlos Quintana to affect him out in the first circular of their rematch.
Williams, who was a community welterweight and meantime community super-welterweight champ, defeat present middleweight champ Sergio Martinez by greater part choice last season.
In their rematch, on Nov. 20, 2010, Martinez decked Williams by second-round ko.
Williams came returning to side Erislandy Lara in a questionable greater part choice in September 2011, then taken over Japan's Nobuhiro Ishida in Feb.
Alvarez supporter Rich Schaefer said the other day that he was excited to go with his celebrity martial artist against the dynamic, well known Williams in what was to be Alvarez's first headlined pay-per-view display.
"This is a combat where you don't know who's going to win, but you know it's going to end in a ko," Schaefer had said.
Williams obtained the Alvarez combat over Texas' Wayne Kirkland.