Boxer who was in critical condition after fight is dead, family says

Boxer who was in critical condition after fight is dead, family says

Boxer who was in critical condition after fight is dead, family says

Sportsnet's James Lynch reported Saturday that former UFC fighter Tim Hague is in the intensive care unit with a serious brain injury.

The 34-year-old heavyweight last fought in mixed martial arts in July of 2016.

He was competing against former Edmonton Eskimos defensive end Adam Braidwood at the Shaw Conference Centre on Friday evening in an event promoted by KO Boxing.

Hague switched codes to fight Braidwood, 33, on Friday night, and was sent crashing to the canvas following a flurry of shots in the second round.

Writing on Facebook the following day, his sister Jackie Neil said: "Thanks folks for all your messages and kind words".

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He had been knocked down three times in the first round and a further two times in the second before it was waved off.

The post originally read: 'Once we got Tim backstage and with the doctor we could tell he needed to go to the hospital.

On reflection, though there's little doubt that Hague was outmatched on the night and the fight should have been stopped earlier, to understand how this tragic outcome was reached you have to take into consideration the punishment that "The Thrashing Machine" had taken over the course of his career, and in particular over these past few years.

'Tim is now in a coma. "We will miss him with so greatly", Neil wrote. He was then immediately rushed to a nearby hospital and required emergency surgery to relieve pressure from a brain bleed.

Hague fought five times under the UFC banner between 2009 and 2011, winning one and losing four. Hague had a 21-13 record in MMA, including a 1-4 record inside the Octagon with his only win his only win being a submission over Pat Barry at UFC 98.

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