Former UFC heavyweight Tim Hague died nowadays when suffering a knockout loss in a boxing match on Friday night in Canada.Hague’s sister confirmed the fighter’s death in a very post on her Facebook page:
“It is with incredible sadness, sorrow and heartbreak to report that Tim has passed away today,” Jackie Neil wrote. “He was surrounded by family, listening to his favourite songs. We will miss him with so greatly.”
Hague was 34.
Hague, a five-fight UFC veteran, had been in crucial condition in an exceedingly Canadian hospital when his knockout loss to former Edmonton Eskimos player Adam Braidwood at Shaw Conference Centre in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Though Hague had 34 professional MMA fights, his bout with Braidwood was a match for the KO Boxing promotion. Braidwood knocked Hague down many times within the fight, video footage of the fight shows. Within the second round, he knocked Hague down permanently when a hand and a brief left. Hague remained out on the canvas for many minutes before eventually effort the ring whereas Braidwood was being interviewed.
But he was transported to the hospital once it became evident one thing wasn’t right following the knockout, in step with reports from teammates.