Boxer Died , After a Brutal Fight

A Mexican boxer, Francisco Rodriguez, has died at age of 25 after a fight in Philadelphia, this was confirmed by the promoter named Dominic Pesoli.
As the promoter said Rodriquez was dies on Sunday night after losing a Teon Kennedy, a US Boxing Association super bantamweight title, last Friday.
Rodriguez began to lose consciousness as the Chicago boxer sat in his corner after the brutal fight was stopped in the 10th round, said by J. Russell Peltz a Philadelphia promoter.
Rodriguez was taken to hospital and underwent emergency brain surgery, but never regained consciousness.
He was 14-2 going into the bout against Kennedy for the vacant USBA super bantamweight belt.
Rodriquez was know as El Nino Azteca, he had an outstanding amateur career and was a lot of Chicago Golden Gloves champion and a national Golden Gloves champion in 2001.
He became professional in 2005 and was a local fan favourite in his adopted city.


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