BREAKING: Patrick Day Dies Following Injuries From Boxing Match

Patrick Day
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Boxer Patrick Day Tragically Passes Away From Injuries

Tragic news in the combat sports community, as American boxer Patrick Day has passed away. This comes as a result of injuries he sustained in the ring.

It was announced that, following his knockout loss to Charles Conwell on Saturday night, Day was transported to the hospital. He had sustained severe brain trauma in the bout, and suffered seizures on his way to the hospital. As a result, emergency brain surgery was performed, and Day was in a coma after that.

Now, just four days after the fight, Patrick Day has passed away from the injuries sustained in the fight. This news was confirmed in a lengthy statement from his promoter, Lou DiBella. He was just 27 years old at the time of his passing.

“Patrick Day passed away today, October 16, 2019, succumbing to the traumatic brain injury he suffered in his fight this past Saturday, October 12, at the Wintrust Arena in Chicago, IL. He was surrounded by his family, close friends and members of his boxing team, including his mentor, friend and trainer Joe Higgins. On behalf of Patrick’s family, team, and those closest to him, we are grateful for the prayers, expressions of support and outpouring of love for Pat that have been so obvious since his injury.”

Even DAZN issued heartfelt condolences on Day’s passing:

Even Day’s opponent Conwell penned emotinal letter on Day’s coma:

Patrick Day had a professional record of 17-4-1, with six knockouts. This loss was his second in a row, but he was on a six fight winning streak before that. This is a tragic loss, as he was a young and aspiring athlete, with his whole life in front of him.

MiddleEasy offers our sincerest condolences to the friends and family of Patrick Day. He will surely be missed.

Published on October 16, 2019 at 4:14 pm
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