Zab Judah has been released from the hospital after being there over the weekend following a fight in New York.
Star Boxing, who promoted the card that Judah headlined against Cletus Seldin, put out a statement on Instagram that confirmed the former world champion has been given the green light to exit the hospital.
"We are pleased to share that, 6x world champion, Zab Judah was released from the hospital today, after being admitted after Friday night's fight at Turning Stone Resort Casino. While he will need rest, the prognosis looks promising. We send our warmest wishes to Zab and his family."
Judah faced Seldin in the main event of a Star Boxing card from the Turning Stone Resort and Casino for the vacant NABA junior welterweight title. Judah was stopped in the 11th round after taking multiple body shots from Seldin throughout the bout and was hurt during a flurry from Seldin, causing the referee to step in. Judah was then hospitalized after the fight, where he was suffering from bleeding on the brain.
The 41-year-old Judah has been fighting professionally since 1996, winning world titles as a junior welterweight and welterweight. Judah has faced many top boxers throughout his career including Kostya Tszyu, Miguel Cotto, Cory Spinks, Floyd Mayweather Jr., Joshua Clottey, Danny Garcia, Amir Khan and many more.