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Boxer Patrick Day Scary Knockout Loss Results In Coma And Emergency Surgery

Boxer Patrick Day Scary Knockout Loss Results In Coma And Emergency Surgery

Patrick Day ends up in a fight for his life coma following a brutal knockout loss.

Athletes, regardless of discipline, always take a risk when they step onto their battlefield of choice. And unfortunately, a recent boxing matchup ended with Junior middleweight boxer Patrick Day, 27, being carried out of the ring on a stretcher.

Also read this: BREAKING: Patrick Day Dies Following Injuries From Boxing Match

His horrific knockout loss in the 10th round against Charles Conwell, 21, in a DAZN undercard fight (Oleksander Usyk-Chazz Witherspoon) last night in Chicago; resulted in multiple seizures on the way to the hospital, and a medically-induced coma, according to the New York Daily News.

Conwell knocked Day down a few times prior to the big knockout which occurred from a right to the ear followed by a devastating left hook. Patrick Day hit the canvas very hard and was transported to the Northwestern Memorial hospital where he underwent emergency surgery.

Here’s a video of the knockout which occurred around the 1:25 mark and it’s a terrifying sight…

Also, Charles Conwell sends prayers to Patrick:

Things are looking pretty grim at the moment for the 2012 Daily News Golden Gloves title recipient but we’re truly hoping for a turnaround sometime soon. 

Several boxers have succumbed to boxing-related injuries this year, one of which was Russian Maxim Dadashev who passed away three days after being in a coma due to sustained hits to the head during the fight.

But let’s hope for a positive outcome in the case of 27-year-old Patrick Day. 

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