Aidos Yerbossynuly in an induced coma after a brutal KO

Aidos Yerbossynuly is in critical condition. The 31-year-old Kazakh boxer suffered a brutal KO with a right hook early Saturday morning in the WBA regular super middleweight bout with David Morrell at The Armony, Minneapolis. He is in an induced coma after undergoing surgery for a brain hemorrhage and fears for his life.

David Morrell (8-0-0, 7 KO) was putting his WBA Super Middleweight title on the line. The fight was very intense, and Aidos Yerbossynuly (16-1-0, 11 KO) felt the blows in each round. The Cuban’s superiority was clear, and the Kazakh’s face was practically deformed from the blows. In the last round, Morrell sent him to the canvas twice until the KO came. With a brutal right hook, Yerbossynuly fell to the ground and the referee stopped the fight. The Cuban stopped celebrating him to help his rival, who had to take him to the hospital while being aware of him.

After an operation for a brain hemorrhage, Aidos Yerbossynuly has been put into a coma and is in a very dangerous situation. He loses his unbeaten record in this chilling fight that should have been stopped sooner. Emmanuel Savoy, his assistant trainer, confesses that he wanted to throw in the towel, but neither the boxer nor the head trainer would allow it. The boxing world is waiting expectantly for news about the Kazakh’s state of health.

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