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Monday, February 26, 2018

Boxer Dies From Alleged Brain Bleeding After Wining Heavy Weight Fight

A professional British boxer died hours after being pictured with his head in his hands at the side of the ring after winning his fight.






The 31-year-old light-heavyweight was taken ill after returning backstage following his points victory over Dec Spelman on Saturday night.

At different points in the 10-round fight at Doncaster Dome, which was at times brutal, both men were knocked down to the canvas.

Scott, after being announced as the winner, completed his post-fight interviews and said he was glad to have 'put on a show'.




It gave him a shot at the English title, yet he said in a ringside interview: "I do it for fun, not because I’m going to be a world-class fighter. I’m glad we can keep everybody entertained."

He was seen with his head in his hands as Spelman was interviewed, an image which sparked concern on social media.

Afterwards, Scott, 31, who combined boxing with jobs as a chef, and personal trainer, spoke to doctors in the dressing room who sent him to hospital in an ambulance.

He began to feel sick on the journey, and it is suspected he had a bleed on the brain. 

His death was announced by promoter Stefy Bull, who once boxed Amir Khan and who organised Saturday's show.

Scott became the third boxer to die after a professional bout in the UK in five years, sparking a flood of tributes from the biggest names in the sport - and renewed concern about the dangers in the ring.

Scott lived with his long term girlfriend Natalie Kerr, 35, in Penistone, South Yorks., with friends recently ribbing him about getting married.
from dailymail.

17 comments:

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    1. This is what happens when someone leaves his house to go and fight with someone who has done nothing to you.
      What is the essence of boxing??? It is to show who can beat more?? as in you just start fighting with a total stranger仄‍♀️

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    2. 00.33 you well so不不不不不

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    3. This anon 00:33 though. Lol

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    4. lol anon na wa for you..Rip to the dead.

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    5. @anon 00:33... the monkey tail you drink strong well well

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    6. obviously the other guy won

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  2. One of the dangers of the game. Rest in peace strong man.

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  3. I dont like boxing

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  4. Isi aba okpu things. I hate any sport that has to do with fighting. Boxing, wrestling, taekwondo etc.

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  5. RIP guy. Na wa. So all the monies will now be for the families. Chai

    The good and bad of wrestling but that does not stop professionals from doing it. It is well

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  6. It is called #OccupationalHazard. Every profession has its own hazards but boxing hazards are more terrifying.


    #HerMajesty

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