Fight in Chicago: professional boxer Patrick Day in a coma

Fight in Chicago: professional boxer Patrick Day in a coma

After several heavy head hits, Patrick Day is in a coma. The American professional boxer was previously operated on in the brain at the hospital. Now his promoter is speaking.

he American professional boxer Patrick Day is fighting for his life against fellow countryman Charles Conwell after his heavy knockout loss on Saturday evening in Chicago. "Patrick is in a coma and in an extremely critical condition," promoter Lou DiBella said late Sunday evening.

Super Welterweight Day is in the intensive care unit of the Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago. The 27-year-old received an emergency brain operation at night on Sunday after his heavy rainfall. “Pat has made every room a better place. He greeted everyone with a big smile, "DiBella wrote on Twitter," Life is sometimes not fair. "

Day had hit the ground after several heavy head hits from his undefeated opponent Conwell. He was passed out to the hospital in an ambulance unconscious. The broadcasting TV station DAZN had reported that Day suffered a stroke while driving to the clinic and had to be given artificial respiration.

"Please pray for Pat! Come home healthy, ”Conwell tweeted during the night. The Rio 2016 Olympian dominated the fight and sent his opponent on the boards in the fourth and eighth round. In round ten, referee Celestino Ruiz ended the fight after Day's head hit the ground hard after a hard right and left.

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