Boxer Patrick’s Day is Wednesday, the 27-year-old age-death. The man was in the last couple of days in a very critical condition in the hospital, and after his Saturday night with serious injuries to his head suffered during a game in Chicago.
Day in the tenth round of his fight against fellow countryman, Charles a Conwell, in the super-welterweight knock-out hit. As it turned out, it was wrong for him, because he was on a stretcher, the ring is worn, and with a severe brain injury admitted to the hospital.
Day, and underwent immediate emergency surgery and was in the last couple of days, in a coma, but his life could not be saved. The boxer passed away on Wednesday at the hospital in the company of his family and friends.
“To the family of Patrick, anyone is grateful for all the prayers and support. Patrick was a son, a brother and a good friend to many and was a positive character and left an indelible impression on everyone. May you rest in peace and power,” he writes to his promoter, Lou DiBella, in a statement.
The WBO has a family and is heartbroken with the news of the passing of Patrick’s Day. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family. May he rest in peace.
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‘Boxing should be safer to be
But this is not the first time a boxer dies as a result of a hard blow during a fight in the ring. This past summer, and died there, two of the boxers the Russian Maxim Dadashev, and the Former Hugo Santillan, in a week’s time from injuries during the competition were in favour.
“It’s hard to get it to this point, about the dangers of boxing, but I do think, however, that the time has come for action”, it says in the declaration of DiBella. “What we don’t know yet, but we’ll have to make sure that boxing is a better place for everyone. This is the only way to get Patrick to honor them.”
“Patrick comes from a good family, was a smart, well-educated, and did not need to be in the world of boxing again. He was aware that he was the sport of the fun. It was his way to inspire people.”
Day has stood out in his career, the 22nd time in the ring, and has won seventeen of those fights. Four of the matches ending in a draw and a defeat.