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Sport A 26-year-old American is in a medically-induced coma after getting hit with a throat punch during a recent bare-knuckle boxing match

16:10  19 november  2020
16:10  19 november  2020 Source:   msn.com

A 26-year-old American is in a medically-induced coma after getting hit with a throat punch during a recent bare-knuckle boxing match

  A 26-year-old American is in a medically-induced coma after getting hit with a throat punch during a recent bare-knuckle boxing match "I've been informed he's in the hospital … due to bleeding in his lungs from a hematoma in his trachea," his opponent said. "Obviously accidental."The bout took place at the Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship 14 event in Miami on November 13.

The notoriously brutal nature of the Bare Knuckle Fighting Championships has been laid bare once An accidental punch to his neck has now hospitalized Ricchi, who is in a medically - induced coma The Florida-based 26 - year - old had not been beyond the first in either of his previous two professional

A medically induced coma may be an option for patients who are at high risk of serious brain injury, either from physical trauma, a drug overdose In July 2013, a 12- year - old girl who was infected with a brain-eating amoeba known as Naegleria fowleri was put into a medically induced coma , which may

a man holding a boxing ring: Francesco Ricchi at a Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship match earlier this year. Photo by Alex Menendez/Getty Images © Photo by Alex Menendez/Getty Images Francesco Ricchi at a Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship match earlier this year. Photo by Alex Menendez/Getty Images
  • Francesco Ricchi, 26, was placed in a medically-induced coma after a weekend bare-knuckle fight.
  • Ricchi defeated Noah Cutter in the third round of a match at the Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship 14 event in Florida.
  • Cutter later said on social media that he had learned his opponent had been taken to hospital because of a throat punch which caused complications.
  • "Obviously accidental," Cutter said.
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A 26-year-old American called Francesco Ricchi is in a medically-induced coma because of an apparent throat punch from a recent bare-knuckle boxing match.

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An Ohio teen has been placed in a medically induced coma after trying to break up a fight at his 19th birthday party on New Year's Day. The 19- year - old was then badly beaten, with a police report indicating that he was stamped on and kicked on the head and neck as he lay on the ground.

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The bout took place at the Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship 14 event in Miami on November 13.

Noah Cutter lost in the third round to Ricchi, but said on social media that he had learned his opponent had been taken to the hospital.

"Prayers and best wishes to my opponent Francesco," Cutter said, according to MMA Fighting.

"I've been informed he's in the hospital in a medically induced coma due to bleeding in his lungs from a hematoma in his trachea due to a throat punch during the fight."

Cutter said it was "obviously accidental," adding: "We come out here to hurt each other but I never want to see this for an opponent. Prayers from my family. Heal up."

Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship (BKFC) boss David Feldman sent a statement to MMA Fighting.

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Father-of-three placed in a medically induced COMA after catching deadly strain of the flu. Adam York, 37, fell ill with the flu the day after Christmas just He was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit, placed on a breathing tube and then put in a coma two weeks ago. The popcorn maker from Alabama

The 21- year - old was found by her husband Nick Gordon and a friend almost drowned with her face down in a tub full of water at her townhouse in a Roswell subdivision outside Atlanta. The incident happened nearly three years after her famous mother died in the same manner.

"First and foremost our thoughts are with Francesco and his family at this time as we pray for a quick and full recovery," Feldman said.

"The injury did not deter Francesco from a victorious result on Friday night but complications during the surgery at the hospital have resulted in a greater issue to his health."

BKFC is a young combat sports company, but has made big strides through the years.

It was dubbed "the bloodiest show in town" by Insider in 2019, has held an event featuring Paulie Malignaggi and Artem Lobov, and, this past weekend, created headlines for a three-second knockout, the fastest KO in the company's three-year history.

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