Chicago Boxer Suffers Fatal Brain Injury

According to the Chicago Tribune, a junior featherweight boxer from Chicago died two days after sustaining a severe brain injury during a boxing match. The fighter, who was just 25 years old, was rushed to the hospital after collapsing in the ring after a fight. According to reports, the boxer complained of being sleepy and then went limp. Although he was rushed to a hospital for emergency brain surgery, he never regained consciousness and later died. His family made the decision to donate his organs, and his uncle received one of the fallen fighter’s kidneys. Follow the link to learn more about this sports-related brain injury.

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