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    Patrick Day was taken to a hospital after getting viciously knocked out in the 10th round by Charles Cornwell on Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019.

    CHICAGO (AP) — Boxer Patrick Day was taken to a hospital after getting viciously knocked out in the 10th round by Charles Conwell on Saturday night.

    Fighting at super welterweight on the undercard of Oleksandr Usyk's heavyweight debut against Chazz Witherspoon, Conwell landed a right hand early in the 10th. That caused Day to stumble and seconds later Conwell landed a left hook that knocked Day to the canvas.

    Day, 27, from Freeport, New York, was instantly knocked out and it wasn't clear if he regained consciousness. He was treated by a doctor in the ring and then was rushed off on a stretcher by paramedics and transported to the hospital.

    Eddie Hearn, the managing director of the promoter, Matchroom Sport, said only he "didn't think the situation is great."

    Hearn said he felt Day's family and manager, Lou DiBella, would want to make their own statement.

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    Default Re: Patrick Day in critical condition

    Not good

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    Default Re: Patrick Day in critical condition

    Quote Originally Posted by holmcall View Post
    Not good
    Let's pray for the guy.

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    Great kid, good boxer, and a champion’s heart. Didn’t see this fight and now don’t want to. Saw his previous fight against a hard hitting top prospect and man Day showed such heart in that one.

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    Default Re: Patrick Day in critical condition

    Heavy heavy KO.
    He looked fucked when he hit the floor.

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    Default Re: Patrick Day in critical condition

    The back of his head hit the canvas pretty hard as well.
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    Default Re: Patrick Day in critical condition

    Can anyone confirm? Another huge tragedy if true
    Last edited by Fenster; 10-15-2019 at 06:49 AM.

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    My God. Oh God bless him and his family. Bless us all God. Oh Lord.
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    Default Re: Patrick Day in critical condition

    Last I saw was 'extreme critical condition' and hope it's not the case. Want nothing but the man to recover to manageable life and live out the love of life with family.

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    Default Re: Patrick Day in critical condition

    He really did come across as a nice guy at the press conference, delighted to be in a TV slot, praised everyone and wished everyone on the card safe and well. They were both Lou DiBella fighters.

    This is why I never shit on fighters for "quitting" and you "early stoppage" freaks are sick in the head (not everyone, not everyone, you know who you are).
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    Charles Conwell writes emotional letter to injured opponent Patrick Day
    "I replay the fight over and over in my head thinking what if this never happened and why did it happen to you," said Conwell.

    "I can't stop thinking about it myself. I prayed for you so many times and shed so many tears because I couldn't even imagine how my family and friends would feel.

    "I see you everywhere you go and all I hear is wonderful things about you.

    "I thought about quitting boxing but I know that's not what you would want.

    "I know that you were a fighter at heart so I decided not to, and to fight and win a world title because that's what you wanted and that's what I want so I will use you as motivation every day and make sure I leave it all in the ring every time."

    He signs off with "#ChampPatrickDay. With compassion. Charles Conwell."


    Day's coach Joe Higgins replied: "Thank you for your kind words. Patrick was born across the street from me so our relationship is special.

    "He would have wanted you to continue. I'm am rooting for you to reach your dream, the same one he had.

    "I too am distraught because I feel responsible but do realise there is no fault. Stay strong and please don't think we blame you."
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    Default Re: Patrick Day in critical condition

    This shit is gonna keep happening until they fking stop letting fighters cut to make weight. Make them weigh in within 2 lbs of the limit when they show up to the venue for the fight and you won't see as many of these so-called 'accidents'. The extreme weight cutting and dehydration weakens the body and brain

    You never or rarely see this in the heavyweight division .......think about that

    And that's despite how hard they hit. Why ? Because heavyweights aren't dehydrating themselves to near death the day before the weigh in so they can cheat their way into a lower weight class.

    All these fighters and comas ? It's like boxing is on a streak right now. But medical science has improved as it wasn't that long ago that fighters were instantly hauled up onto a stool, or even upright, instead of told to 'stay down' and take their time. Now we know that immediate oxygen and even induced coma is a good way to stabilize the situation and reduce movement that might cause additional swelling.

    But from what I heard he basically needs a miracle as he hasn’t woke up since being taken in the ambulance.

    I don't mean to sound like the grim reaper but the fact that he never regained consciousness after being KO'ed is crucial.

    It's starting to sound like he's brain dead.
    Last edited by Denilson-The-Comeback; 10-15-2019 at 06:32 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fenster View Post
    Charles Conwell writes emotional letter to injured opponent Patrick Day
    "I replay the fight over and over in my head thinking what if this never happened and why did it happen to you," said Conwell.

    "I can't stop thinking about it myself. I prayed for you so many times and shed so many tears because I couldn't even imagine how my family and friends would feel.

    "I see you everywhere you go and all I hear is wonderful things about you.

    "I thought about quitting boxing but I know that's not what you would want.

    "I know that you were a fighter at heart so I decided not to, and to fight and win a world title because that's what you wanted and that's what I want so I will use you as motivation every day and make sure I leave it all in the ring every time."

    He signs off with "#ChampPatrickDay. With compassion. Charles Conwell."


    Day's coach Joe Higgins replied: "Thank you for your kind words. Patrick was born across the street from me so our relationship is special.

    "He would have wanted you to continue. I'm am rooting for you to reach your dream, the same one he had.

    "I too am distraught because I feel responsible but do realise there is no fault. Stay strong and please don't think we blame you."
    Damn that makes it sound like Day passed away

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    dangerous sport

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