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Kenneth Egano, Up-And-Coming Boxer, Dies at 22

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Kenneth Egano has sadly died. The up-and-coming Filipino bantamweight boxer died after collapsing in the ring after a fight last weekend, TMZ reported.

The rising superstar only had one loss in his career. He was 22 years old. Keep reading to find out more… The tragic incident happened on May 6 when he fought Jason Facularin at the Imus Sports Gymnasium in the Philippines.

Before being announced as the winner, he suddenly collapsed – and it was caught on video. He reportedly fell into a coma due to a brain hemorrhage, and died four days later. “Our condolences to Kenneth‘s family, relatives, and friends.

May his soul rest in peace,” said the Games and Amusements Board in the Philippines in a statement. The fight was part of Manny Pacquiao‘s TV show Blow by Blow, which features boxers on smaller cards.

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