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Frida Wallberg Still Hospitalized, Recovering From KO

By Per Ake Persson

Former WBC female super featherweight champion Frida Wallberg is still in hospital but makes slow progress and is expected to make full recovery. Wallberg was knocked out by Diana Prazak on June 14 in Stockholm and suffered a subdural hematoma. Afterwards doctors were forced to place her in a medically induced coma to properly treat the injuries.

"My body feels like a heavy stone and I got a painful headache," reports Wallberg on her facebook site.

There will no comments on the fight, the outcome and what went wrong for quite a while.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by nycsmooth on 06-27-2013

2 bad, I hope she had insurance that is normally required for the promoter, her boyfriend, 2 provide...must b enormous 4 the weeks she's been in the hospital...get well Frida...

Comment by el_mas_chingon on 06-27-2013

[QUOTE=Jcsuper;13508475]Just watched the end of the fight on youtube. God it's heartbreaking, I hope she recovers.[/QUOTE] Yes I just saw that too she looked out of it, hope she fully recovers well.

Comment by Bolo Punch on 06-26-2013

Full recovery or not, this is such s**tty news. Get well soon, Frida.

Comment by ddangerous on 06-26-2013

Not a fan of women's boxing. Hate to see them take that kind of punishment.

Comment by Jcsuper on 06-26-2013

Just watched the end of the fight on youtube. God it's heartbreaking, I hope she recovers.

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