Connor Coghill suffers bleed in his brain, What happened to the boxer? Hospitalised

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“Connor Coghill: Hospitalized with Brain Bleed” In the world of sports, moments of triumph and challenge often go hand in hand. Unfortunately, after his bout on the Wood/Warrington undercard, professional boxer Connor Coghill has faced a serious health setback.

He was stopped by Hopey Price in a hard-fought match, and subsequently, he was hospitalized due to a brain bleed resulting from the fight. Our thoughts and well wishes go out to Connor during this difficult time, and we wholeheartedly wish him a full and swift recovery. Here’s what we know everything about his health condition.

Boxer Connor Coghill hospitalized

Hull-based boxer Connor Coghill is currently under medical supervision in a hospital following his recent loss to Hopey Price. His management team has confirmed that the 28-year-old fighter is undergoing evaluation due to the detection of a brain bleed.

About the fight

In the bout between Connor Coghill (14-1, 7KO) and Hopey Price (12-0 5KO) that took place on October 7 at the Utilita Arena in Sheffield, there were some significant moments.

Despite Coghill landing the first solid blow in round two with a powerful overhand left from his southpaw stance, which momentarily rocked Price, it was the unbeaten southpaw from Leeds, Hopey Price, who emerged victorious.

Hopey Price managed to retain his WBA Continental belt in the Featherweight division on the Leigh Wood vs. Josh Warrington undercard, and he did so in spectacular fashion.

Price knocked down Coghill on four occasions during their 12-round clash. The first knockdown occurred in the sixth round, followed by another in the 11th round. In the final round, Price sent Coghill to the canvas twice more, ultimately securing a knockout victory.

The fight was brought to an end at 1:29, just 91 seconds before the final bell, with Hopey Price maintaining his unbeaten record.

What happened to the boxer Connor Coghill?

Connor Coghill, a boxer under the guidance of Stefy Bull in Conisbrough, is currently described as “stable and resting.” Hailing from Hull, Coghill’s fight with Leeds boxer Hopey Price, trained by Dave Coldwell in Rotherham, took place at Sheffield Arena on October 7.

In a recent social media update, Stefy Bull conveyed the unfortunate news:

“We are saddened to confirm that Connor is presently in the hospital, undergoing observation following the discovery of a brain bleed in a post-fight scan. Connor has been experiencing headaches since his bout in Sheffield last week.” Obviously it’s devastating news for Connor as boxing has been his life since a young age. He’s stable and resting and wanting people to respect his time during this difficult period. Everyone at Stefy Bull Promotions are praying for a full recovery and wish him good health 🙏🏻 we will keep you all updated 

This situation is undeniably heartbreaking for Connor, given that boxing has been an integral part of his life since a young age. However, there’s some relief in the news that he is currently stable and resting. Connor’s wish is for people to respect his privacy during this challenging period.

Coghill’s corner during the fight included Stefy Bull, who also manages his career, and his stablemate Jason Cunningham from Woodlands. The bout was marked by a series of knockdowns in a fiercely contested match, culminating in Coghill being stopped in the twelfth and final round.

Matchroom Boxing promptly tweeted their well wishes for @ConnorCoghill, hoping for his speedy recovery.

IFL TV reported that Connor Coghill, who faced a defeat at the hands of Hopey Price on the Wood/Warrington undercard, has been hospitalized due to a brain bleed following the fight. They expressed their concern and extended their thoughts and best wishes for a full recovery, addressing him as a champion.

Connor Coghill, a former IBO International super-bantamweight champion and the current Central Area featherweight champion, is the fighter in question.

Watch: Highlights of the Hopey Price vs. Connor Coghill Fight

Connor Coghill – A Fighter’s Journey

Connor’s journey in the world of boxing began at the age of 10, inspired by his step-dad, a passionate boxing enthusiast and friend of Mick Bromby MBE, a distinguished Level 4 England Boxing Coach at St Paul’s Boxing Academy in North Church Side.

Connor’s initial foray into the sport was prompted by a desire to stand his ground, as he was tired of being on the receiving end of roughhousing from his friends.

Under the guidance of Mick Bromby, who had trained notable talents like Olympic champion Luke Campbell and Commonwealth titleholder Tommy Coyle, Connor began to learn the art of self-defense.

Even at just 25kg as an 11-year-old, considerably lighter than the average for his age (which stood at 37kg), Connor fearlessly sparred with older and larger opponents during grueling training sessions.

These formative years, marked by numerous broken noses, instilled in him an unwavering determination to emerge as a champion. At the age of 16, Connor transitioned to the Stevie Smith Boxing Academy, where he honed his skills as an amateur boxer.

During his amateur career, he contested an impressive 65 fights, emerging victorious in 45 of them. This strong foundation culminated in his decision to turn professional at the age of 22.

Becoming a professional boxer required Connor to obtain a license from the British Boxing Board of Control, a testament to his commitment and dedication.

Preparing for fights demanded rigorous training, with up to five hours a day dedicated to a blend of sparring, cardiovascular conditioning, running, swimming, and intense punching bag workouts.

Connor’s relentless work ethic and resilience have shaped him into a formidable presence in the boxing world as he continues to chase his dreams in the ring.

“On behalf of everyone at MedicoTopics, we would like to extend our heartfelt wishes for a swift and complete recovery, champ. Our thoughts and well wishes are with you during this time. Stay strong!”


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