Fashion designer Natalie Elyse was seen having some fun with her brother professional boxer Prichard Colon, in a video shared by Your Positive News on Instagram. Colon is an American-born former professional boxer, honorary WBC World Champion, and gold medal winner at the 2010 Panamerican Youth Championship in the 141 pounds category.

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Who is Natalie Elyse?

Elyse grew up in Miami. She is the founder of Influenced, a platform that provides influencers, creators and celebrities, and trendsetters alike with the fundamental production and operational capabilities to design. She has more than 12 years of experience in the fashion industry.

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She is the sister of Prichard Colon. His last fight was on October 17, 2015, against Terrel Williams at the EagleBank Arean in Fairfax, Virginia. They fought for nine rounds and Prichard appeared dominant in the first five rounds. 

During the game, Williams repeatedly punched Colon in the back of his head, which is an illegal move. Prichard told the referee about it, and the referee carelessly replied, “You take care of it.”

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After being hit multiple times, Colon went down for the first time in his professional career to the surprise of the crowd and fans watching from home. Colon expressed his concerns to the ringside doctor saying that he felt dizzy but could still go on. The fight was allowed to continue. However, he was disqualified after the ninth round after his corner mistakenly removed his gloves, thinking the game was over.

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After the match ended, Colon started vomiting and was rushed to the hospital, whereby he was diagnosed with brain bleeding. He then went into a coma. He was in a coma for 221 days. During this time, he was in a vegetative state, confined to a bed. Colon was required to move around with a wheelchair.