Former UFC warrior Tim Hague died Sunday from injuries sustained in a knockout fighting detriment progressing in the weekend. He was 34 years old.
Hague’s sister Jackie announced the news in a Facebook post.
“It is with implausible sadness, grief and heartbreak to report that Tim has upheld divided today,” the matter reads. “He was surrounded by family, listening to his favorite songs. We will skip him with so greatly. We ask for remoteness during this formidable time.”
Hague was left in vicious condition after getting knocked out by Adam Braidwood on Friday night in a fighting compare at the Shaw Conference Centre in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The Edmonton Combative Sports Commission authorised the fight.
In video of the match, Braidwood can be seen knocking down Hague churned times. But the fight was not halted until Braidwood landed a brutal punch and knocked Hague out cold.
In 34 churned martial humanities fights, Hague gathered a 21-13 record, including eight knockout losses. Over the past two years, Hague was knocked out 4 times in 5 churned martial humanities matches. He switched to fighting after his final MMA fight in Jul 2016 and went 1-3 in 4 career fighting matches. He was knocked out in two of those matches, as well.
Hague fought in the UFC from 2006 to 2011 before being expelled from the roster.
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