Tributes have been paid to a "powerful" boxer from London who died on Saturday, nine days after developing a blood clot on his brain.
Michael Norgrove, a former amateur and white collar fighter from Woodford Green, is the first boxer to die following a bout in a British ring since 1995.
The 31-year-old died in hospital on Saturday after his fight against Tom Bowen at The Ring in Blackfriars, London was called off by referee Jeff Hinds.
He stopped the contest early in the fifth of the scheduled six rounds after growing concerned by the light-middleweight's behaviour.
Norgrove subsequently collapsed and was immediately taken to hospital.
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