Former UFC warrior Tim Hague died Sunday after going into vicious condition following a Friday night fighting match.
Hague’s sister Jackie Neil reliable her brother’s genocide in a brief amicable media post on Sunday afternoon.
“It is with implausible sadness, grief and heartbreak to news that Tim has upheld divided today. He was surrounded by family, listening to his favourite songs. We will skip him with so greatly,” Neil wrote.
Hague’s family has asked for privacy.
Hague suffered a mind haemorrhage postulated after the KO 79 boxing match-up opposite former Edmonton Eskimos actor Adam Braidwood during a Shaw Conference Centre.
Before news of Hauge’s genocide early Sunday afternoon, Edmonton Combative Sports Commission Pat Reid pronounced that a post-fight central examination is conducted immediately after any competition.
“Following a news that fighter Tim Hague is in vicious condition following a veteran fighting compare on Friday, Jun 16, 2017, we have extended a ask for reports to all referees, ringside judges, physicians, arch inspector, paymaster and a presiding inspectors reserved to a bout. We will establish a subsequent stairs following a analysis of these reports,” a matter reads.
Hague’s churned martial humanities career began in 2006 where he hold a King of a Cage Canada’s heavyweight title.
The heavyweight done his Ultimate Fighting Championship entrance on May 23, 2009, where he won by acquiescence with a guillotine throttle opposite Pat Barry.
Hague sealed on for a multi-fight contract with Maximum Fighting Championship (MFC) behind in 2012.