Mark Taffett, who manages Claressa Shields, tweeted: "I just spoke again with James Ali Bashir. Thank god he has been released from the hospital and is now at home resting and recovering. Bashir is a man of great strength of mind, body and spirit and all of that is helping him at this time. I pray for a full and speedy recovery!" Bashir was hospitalized with broken facial bones and a possible brain bleed from a devastating attack in Flint, Michigan. Bashir was training Ivana Habazin, who was going to fight Shields, but the fight was cancelled after the attack. The suspect appears to be Shields' brother.