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Muhammad Afrizal

Muhammad Afrizal Cotto was an Indonesian featherweight and junior lightweight boxer who became the twenty eighth Indonesian boxer to die since 1948. Previous to Afrizal, the last Indonesian boxing fatality was in 2007. In 2002 the World Boxing Council banned Indonesian boxers from fighting in WBC-sanctioned bouts outside the country, following a series of deaths. The ban was lifted July 2002 on condition Indonesia impose safety rules and formed a commission to monitor matches.

Daniel Aguillon

Daniel Aguillon Ramirez was a Mexican featherweight boxer. He died in a Mexico City hospital after a five-day coma induced by a knockout punch by fellow Mexican boxer Alejandro Sanabria during an official fight held on October 15, 2008 in Polanco, Mexico. He was 24. Aguillon 16–4–2, 9 KOs was punched in the jaw in the last minute of the 12th round of the super featherweight bout for the Central American title, sanctioned by the World Boxing Council WBC by his opponent Sanabria, he fell unconscious on the floor and was taken to a hospital, but never recovered. The WBC announced it will prov ...

Pedro Alcazar

Guillermo Gonzalez, better known as Pedro "El Rockero" Alcazar was a Panamanian boxer who won the WBO Super flyweight championship, and then sustained fatal injuries in the ring.

Bae Ki-suk

Bae fought for the South Korean super flyweight title against Jung Jun-ki in Yesan, Chungcheongnam-do on July 17, 2010. He underwent five hours of brain surgery after a TKO defeat. After the operation, his body temperature, blood pressure and pulse returned to almost normal, but he remained unconscious, and Bae died four days after the bout, on July 21. The accident came in the wake of a similar case two-and-a-half years ago. On Christmas Day in 2007, the former WBC light flyweight champion Choi Yo-Sam collapsed and died in January 2008 after a match against Heri Amol. "After the clash, Ba ...

Sonny Banks

Lucien "Sonny" Banks was a mid-20th Century American boxer who is primarily historically remembered for being the first competitor to knock down Cassius Clay in a professional match. In the early 1960s Banks was regarded in the sport as rising prospect known for a lightning fast left hook, but his career was cut short when he died from injuries sustained in the ring in 1965.

Brian Baronet

Baronet began his career in 1980, winning his first professional appearance against Paulus Shozi with a TKO. He won eighteen consecutive fights before his first defeat against Lorenzo Garcia in March 1983. After his victory against Domingo Ayala in July 1985, and with a record of 29 wins and 1 defeat, Baronet was in reach of a shot at the world title. These plans were derailed when he suffered a surprise defeat against Arthur Mayisela in his next fight. In an attempt to work his way back to another shot, he set off on a tour of the United States, winning his first three fights, before losi ...

                                     

ⓘ Deaths due to injuries sustained in boxing

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