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Zab Judah Now Working as Nurses Assistant, Helping Patients

By TMZ Sports

Former world champion Zab Judah beat people up for a living ... but now he's got another job, assisting elderly patients with dementia, and helping teach a nursing class.

Judah -- a four time world champ -- is working at an adult day care facility during the day, and helping teach a nurses assistant class by night ... all the while still training as a pro fighter.

Teberah Alexander -- the director at Excelling Nursing Academy who also runs the day care facility -- tells TMZ Sports that Judah recently graduated the nurses assistant class (he's now CPR certified, and First-Aid trained) ... and now actually helps teach a class of students studying to get certified.

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Alexander says Zab primarily works with people with dementia and Alzheimer's ... and has developed a bond with the elderly patients.

She says Zab does everything from catheters to taking vitals.

it's no secret that Zab has had his fair share of trouble in the past ... but we're told that Judah has changed his life, and has been a favorite of patients, staff and students at the nursing facility.

Judah (43-9, 30 KOs), 40 years old, has been out of the ring since January, when he made his comeback to score a two round KO win. It was Judah's first bout since losing to Paulie Malignaggi in December 2013. There is no word if Judah intends to resume his boxing career.

IN OTHER NEWS: Eight members from the "Pound-4-Pound" gym, Las Vegas' # 1 amateur boxing program, will compete in the 2017 USA Boxing Elite Youth National Championships & Junior Open.  The five-day tournament will take place in Salt Lake City, UT, at the Calvin L. Rampton Salt Palace Convention Center, more commonly known as the Salt Palace, starting December 5th through December 9th.

Only the best boxers from around the United States will compete to see who is the best amateur boxer in the nation.  All 15 and 16 year-olds who win this tournament will make the USA Boxing Team.  All others will be ranked #1 in their respective weight classes.  

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by PunchyPotorff on 12-06-2017

Good on him for going into a new profession like this, helping others. Takes a special kind of person to interact well with Alzheimers patients. And that they like him speaks volumes.

Comment by Zero Delay on 12-06-2017

[QUOTE=jmrf4435;18296189]Those chicks in yo pic are waaay to youngcreep[/QUOTE] Too young for what? Making salad?

Comment by Manic Shot on 12-05-2017

Roy Jones Jr. should learn from this and stop fighting.

Comment by The Old LefHook on 12-05-2017

Believe me, Judah is far from broke. That is a big front from a modest man. He is very wealthy, and probably has 50 or 60 million salted away in off shore accounts and diversified in a wide portfolio of…

Comment by jaded on 12-05-2017

Good for Zab...it's a dignified profession. Best of luck to him.

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