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Mexican super-featherweight boxer Miguel Berchelt has been released from hospital following his vicious knockout at the hands of Oscar Valdez.
Promoters Top Rank confirmed the 29-year-old's CT scan had come back clear, allaying fears after Berchelt lost his WBC belt in brutal fashion.
Valdez dethroned his compatriot at the MGM Grand on Saturday, flooring Berchelt with devastating left hook in the final second of the 10th round.
Having knocked down Berchelt twice earlier in the fight, Valdez finally landed the decisive blow to leave his opponent lying unconscious on the canvas for a few tense moments in Las Vegas.
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Philip is expected to spend a few days in hospital for ‘observation and rest’.Philip, aged 99, who received a Covid-19 jab in January, was admitted to the private King Edward VII’s Hospital in London on Tuesday evening, on the advice of his doctor, for “observation and rest”.
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Top Rank posted a picture of the pair in the ring after the fight showing a groggy Berchelt sat on a stool with Valdez kneeling in front of him, the two touching gloves.
The caption read: "In the end, the respect between these two was at the core of what made this fight so special."
It added: "Per reports from the hospital, Miguel Berchelt's CT scan was clear, and he has been released."
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Concern in Great Britain: Prince Philip (99) had to be hospitalized on Tuesday evening (February 16) on the advice of his doctor. As Buckingham Palace announced according to "dailymail.co.uk", the husband of Queen Elizabeth (94) felt uncomfortable. The 99-year-old had been taken to the King Edward Hospital in London as a precaution and will stay there for a few days. His illness should not be related to Covid-19 and his admission will not be treated as an emergency.