Person    | Male  Born 1970  Died 28/4/1994

Bradley Stone

Categories: Sport / Games

Boxer. His last fight (for the vacant super bantamweight title) was stopped in the tenth round, after he received a heavy left hook. He was checked by a doctor, but later collapsed at home. He slipped into a coma, and in spite of brain surgery to remove a blood clot, died two days later.

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