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Marco Nazareth Passes Away After Chavez Loss

By Mark Vester

According to reports coming out of Mexico, Marco Nazareth (4-4, 3KOs), 23-years-old, passed away early this morning as a result of injuries that he suffered during the stoppage loss to welterweight prospect Omar Chavez last Saturday in Mexico. It was the second time Nazareth and Chavez fought.

After the stoppage loss, Nazareth was said to be feeling dizzy and eventually passed out. He was taken out on a stretcher and brought to the hospital where doctors operated on his brain to decrease some of the swelling. After the operation, it was revealed by doctors that only 10% of Nazareth's brain was functioning and messages were no longer being sent by the brain to other parts of his body. Chavez and other members of his legendary family went to the hospital to support Nazareth and his family. 

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by El Jaguar on 07-23-2009

[QUOTE=jucare2;5745940]I hate to say this but it seems Marco should not be fitted again against Chavez.They fought the 1st time and Marco loss but I cant understand what is the sense and logic that the rematch should happen again..Blame the…

Comment by screwhead1 on 07-23-2009

RIP marco nazareth...sad news...23 is barely experiencing what life has to offer...God bless the dead...

Comment by D-MiZe on 07-23-2009

[QUOTE=xzworks;5745945]17 (KO 13) + lost 0 (KO 0) vs. (4-4, 3KOs) wtf!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!![/QUOTE] Your point being?

Comment by patpatpts on 07-23-2009

rip nazareth

Comment by xzworks on 07-23-2009

17 (KO 13) + lost 0 (KO 0) vs. (4-4, 3KOs) wtf!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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