Alejandra Ayala: Is the health of the Mexican boxer in a coma after a sudden knockout at stake?

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Stable, too Mexican boxer Alejandra “Fénix” Ayalahaving fallen into a coma following his fight for the world title last Friday, against his rival and current world champion at super welterweight, Hannah Rankin from Scotland. This happened in Glasgow (England).

Mexican boxer, 33 years old, require surgery when the fight endswhere he is running for successor to the throne of Rankin, who was defended his world titles by the World Boxing Association (WBA) and International Boxing Organization (IBO) at his home, Scotland, in front of 4,500 people.

Ayala immediately locked up in a Glasgow hospitalat the OVO Hydro venue where the world title fight was held, having previously been treated in the ring, after falling by KO during the tenth round.

The Mexican took a series of hard punches that ultimately gave victory to his opponent, Rankin, and requires immediate medical attention.

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According to a statement issued by the fight’s organizer, Fight Academy, “Ayala was admitted to a Glasgow hospital and underwent emergency surgery.” Now he is stable, after surgery who was targeted by Mexican boxers.

We are in touch with Alejandra’s family and team and offer them our full support (…) We will update the information when we can and it is appropriate to do so; but, right now, our thoughts are with Alejandra and her family.”

Organizers also informed rival Rankin of the fighter’s situation, expressing his condolences and concerns on Twitter: “My thoughts, prayers and best wishes are with Alejandra and her family.”. The European also asked all Scots to think about Ayala, so you can recover as quickly as possible.

With information from Efe and El Universal

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