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Trowbridge boxer Nick Blackwell has revealed that his heart stopped before he was put into an induced coma which ultimately saved his life.
Blackwell flatlined in an ambulance after the British Middleweight bout in March which left him fighting for his life.
The fight was stopped in the 10th round, and the boxer taken to an ambulance where he collapsed and "died".
Blackwell, who can remember nothing of the fight or his subsequent injury, was saved when a doctor injected adrenaline into his heart, and placed him into a coma.
The boxer says he was only told of the horrors after waking up.
I passed out, into the ambulance, and I flatlined, so I died for a little while.
The 25 year-old was also critical of his opponent, Chris Eubank Junior, for holding a press conference in the immediate aftermath - despite pleas from Blackwell's family not to.
Trowbridge boxer Nick Blackwell has slammed the Eubank family for giving a press conference as he was in a coma after the fight.Read the full story ›
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