25-year-old boxer Luis Quinones dies 5 days after knockout loss

A 25-year-old junior welterweight fighter distinguished as Luis Quinones unfortunately kicked the bucket on Thursday September 29, five days subsequent to experiencing a head injury during a knockout misfortune in Colombia.

Quinones who was an undefeated fighter (10-0) until his matchup with Jose Munoz on September 24, at Coliseo Elias Chegwin, was taken out with under brief left in the battle.

Recordings shared online showed that Quinones tumbled down subsequent to getting punched and couldn’t financially recover. He was then removed from the ring on a cot by clinical work force.

He supposedly experienced a blood coagulation in his mind because of head injury from the battle, and was in a state of extreme lethargy after medical procedure. He was proclaimed cerebrum dead on Thursday, yet stayed on a respirator until his passing.

Quinones’ advertisers said in an explanation on Friday;

“Cuadrilatero Boxing profoundly laments the demise of Luis Quinones, an uncommon person, restrained and who generally showed the best obligation to this game.

“We might want to thank the staff at the Overall Facility of the North, who during this time did what was an option for them and dealt with Luis in the most ideal manner.”

Munoz said he is crushed by his demise, adding that he won’t ever suspect “a fantasy could transform into a genuine bad dream”.

Quinones was roused by Julio Cesar Chavez and passed on his old neighborhood of Barrancabermeja to turn into an expert fighter. He made his presentation in 2018.

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