Hall set for ring return against Gallen
Former AFL hardman Barry Hall is taking his first professional fight seriously as he prepares for the "Code War" against rugby league's Paul Gallen next month.The two former footballers will get in the ring for a heavyweight stoush at Melbourne's Margaret Court Arena on November 15.
Jeff Fenech , 55, was at a boxing training camp in Thailand when he was hospitalised with pneumonia. He is concerned he will miss his daughter Jessica' s wedding if he can't return . Boxing champion Jeff Fenech said he fears for his life after he was struck down by pneumonia
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Boxing champion Jeff Fenech said he fears for his life after he was struck down by pneumonia while at a boxing retreat in Thailand.
The 55-year-old said he was extremely concerned he will miss his daughter Jessica's wedding in Australia.
'Every night I have been here I think I'm not going to wake up tomorrow,' he told the.
He said he was sweating, shaking and could barely talk when he was admitted to hospital.
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"It definitely lifted my spirits heaps and it was all a bit surreal really."He didn't recognise the voice on the other end of the line at first.
his life after being struck down with a serious illness in Thailand - as he desperately fights to return home in time for his daughter ' s wedding . great Jeff Fenech makes a miraculous recovery to walk his daughter down the aisle just days after he underwent open heart surgery in Thailand .
Jeff Fenech fears for his life after being struck down with a serious illness in Thailand - as he fights to return home in time for his daughter ' s wedding . Fenech fears for his life as he said every night in hospital he is concerned he may not wake up. Pictured: Fenech in 1991 during fight
Fenech also has a lung infection, pain in his limbs and is coughing up blood.
His wife, Suzee, is waiting to be given the all-clear to jump on a plane to Bangkok so she can take Fenech home to Australia.
Fenech has been in Thailand since last Tuesday with other boxers for a training camp but his health quickly deteriorated and he was taken to hospital.
'Then all of a sudden, the ambulance came. The lady said: "I can't tell you what would have happened if you didn't come to hospital". It wouldn't have been good news,' Fenech said.
He said he finds it impossible to sleep as he is in so much pain.
Fenech had begun complaining to his wife about the pain before he left - a sign she now said should have made him stay home.
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The 31-year-old suffered a brutal upset loss to Melbourne journeyman Zerafa in August. He was trailing on all three scorecards when his corner belatedly threw in the towel, capping a dramatic fall from grace for the likeable Australia after he beat Manny Pacquiao in 2017.Horn will defy the urgings of his family, as well as the sentiment of the wider boxing community by activating a clause in the original contract that granted him a rematch with Zerafa.No venue has been locked down yet, but the fight is tentaively scheduled for December 14.
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his daughter get married after she and her husband fly to his hospital bedside in Thailand to tie Boxing legend Jeff Fenech , 55, underwent life -saving surgery in Thailand He was rushed to intensive care in Bangkok after he began coughing up blood He was set to miss his daughter Jessica' s wedding as he recovered from a five-hour operation
However, he didn't want to disappoint the boxers.
'He has been ringing me all night. He sounds like he is in so much pain. I have been with him for 24 years and never seen in this kind of situation. It's awful, really scary,' she said.
One of the fighters with Fenech - Brock Jarvis - called Mrs Fenech to tell her what had happened.
The team of boxers is set to return on Tuesday - but Mrs Fenech doesn't believe her husband will make that flight.
The family desperately want him home to attend Jessica's wedding.
Fenech stands after surviving open heart surgery .
The 'Marrickville Mauler' is said to be in good spirits after surviving a marathon operation on the surgeon's table.Raising two fists in victory, Fenech smiles while displaying bandages on his chest over where Thai surgeons cut into him to repair a blocked heart valve that almost killed him.