Canadian boxer Hague (34) two days after the knock-out died
Tim Hague is Sunday and died by a brain injury that he had two days earlier suffered in a boxing match. The Canadian was 34 years.
Hague went on Friday during the second round in a boksgevecht against Adam Braidwood knock-out.
The former MMA fighter was in the first round twice against the canvas beaten and was in the second round to spin on his legs when he knocked out went.
in the Evening underwent Hague, in the hospital in Edmonton brain surgery, and Saturday he was brain dead stated. His family made on Sunday announced that Hague died.
“With great sadness, we report that Tim died today”, wrote his sister Jackie Neil Sunday on Facebook. “He was surrounded by family listening to his favorite music. We will him miss very much. We ask for privacy during this difficult time.”
Hague fought in his MMA career 34 parties, of which he 21 knew how to win. In 2016, he made the transition to boxing. In three duels, he came no further than one victory.