Boxer Isiah Jones was shot and killed on Monday after a dispute with a family member, his trainer, Roshawn Jones, announced Tuesday. He was 28 years old.
Roshawn confirmed the tragic news in an emotional Instagram post showing highlights of his fighter ... saying, "Isiah, Lost his life yesterday in a tragic event!"
"Please keep his family in your prayers to help them get through these rough times!"
Roshawn shared more details surrounding the boxer's death with The Ring ... telling the outlet Isiah was shot in the head after an argument with a family member.
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Detroit Police Department would not identify the victim ... but told us a 28-year-old male was fatally shot by a relative in the 9300 block of Stout street.
DPD also tells us no arrests have been made at this time.
Roshawn remembered Isiah -- a native of Detroit -- for being a great fighter, but also a great father ... and always providing for his kids.
"He was a hard worker," Roshawn told the outlet. "Everyone is not perfect in life, but he was a good human being."
"He'd make you smile and laugh and was a great role model in the gym. Very humble and respectful," he added.
Jones -- who turned pro in 2016 -- had a pro record of 9-7 (with three knockouts) and an impressive amateur record of 52-2.
One of the highlights of Jones' career was winning the 2016 National Golden Gloves.