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Boxer dies due to severe head injuries

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Jul. 27, 19 | 8:51 pm

A professional Argentine boxer died on Thursday after suffering from injuries sustained from a match five days ago, Reuters reported.

Super lightweight Hugo Santillan, 23, passed away in a hospital in Buenos Aires where he was treated for injuries he suffered following his bout with Uruguayan Eduardo Abreu.

“The World Boxing Council and its President, Mauricio Sulaiman Saldivar, send Hugo’s family and friends their deepest condolences, at this time of deepest grief,” the World Boxing Council (WBC) said on its website.

According to a report on ESPN, Santillan underwent surgery for a clot in his brain and twice went into cardiorespiratory failure before he died of cardiac arrest.

Earlier this week, 28-year-old Russian boxer Maxim Dadashev died after suffering from brain injuries during a fight last Friday in Maryland.

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Global COVID-19 cases reach 1.2M, death toll now over 64,000

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More than 64,000 people have died from the coronavirus pandemic, and the number of confirmed cases in 181 countries has passed 1.2 million, according to John Hopkins University figures.   Just over one in every four of the confirmed cases is residing in the United...

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