A boxing glove signed by heavyweight boxing champion Anthony Joshua has raised £1,525 for Bradley Lowery’s charity.
The glove was auctioned off after Joshua’s remarkable victory against Wladimir Klitschko at Wembley Stadium of Saturday night.
A post on the Bradley Lowery Fight Against Neuroblastoma said: “Bidding has now closed on the AJ signed glove, £1525. Thank you so much Andrew Eley.”
Mr Eley made the bid via the bidding post yesterday and was the highest bidder by £15.
Updating on her son’s condition, mum Gemma said: “Bradley seems a lot better today, he has managed to walk about with a struggle. We are not sure if this is off his increased medication or if his leg is starting to feel better. We are at London with him on Monday to get his T cells removed ready for them to be modified into killer cells. Thank you everyone for your concern.”