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Updated Report: Oscar Gonzalez Condition after receiving a Brain Injury Last Night
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(FEB 2)  WBAN has just gotten an update on Oscar Gonzalez who received a severe brain injury last night at the Polanco Forum of Mexico City when he was stopped in the tenth round.  In the Peninsuladeportive.com news they report the following (translated): "The Mexican boxer Oscar Gonzalez report to be brain death, dictated this morning at the Spanish Hospital in the capital last night after his fight with Jesus Galicia, who knocked him out in the tenth assault of a bout scheduled 12 for an international title in his silver version in the Polanco Forum. According to latest information quoted by More Sports program citing his boxing reporter, Felipe Bravo, that hospital doctors stated that brain death is inevitable and irreversible physiological threshold of death, for the brain, body corporalaes regulates activities will stop working from one moment to another .  Gonzalez , 33, suffered, according to the portal without embargo.com, bleeding in the brain stem, caused by the blows that did collapse in the ring in the pleito. El native of Tepic , Nayarit , was taken in stretcher after collapsing dramatically and after receiving first aid was admitted to Spanish Hospital , where he remained this morning connected to a ventilator."


Gonzalez was taken to the hospital after being knocked out in the tenth round by a powerful combination from Galicia.  They will be waiting for 24 hours before they can learn if he will respond to medical Treatment. 

A Press Release that we just received stated the following:  "All the team members of González, still in the hospital waiting for good news."

Galicia's match against Gonzalez was part of the show called "Rumble in the capital".

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