Guylain in critical condition
28 February 2014 at 11:06 by - Booto Guylain suffered a serious head injury during his bout with Keron Davies at EFC AFRICA 27 last night.
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Thirteen bouts took place at the GrandWest Arena, with Pretoria’s Leon ‘Iron Lion’ Mynhardt defeating Don ‘Magic Man’ for the lightweight title, and Cape Town’s Gideon ‘Juggernaut’ Drotschie defending his light heavyweight belt against Fraser ‘The Omen’ Opie, fighting out of the UK.
Immediately after the bout he was stabilised by the EFC Africa medical team and transported to hospital.
After undergoing tests and scans Guylain is being treated for swelling and bleeding on the brain by the neuro-surgical team at Johannesburg General Hospital.
“His condition at the moment is critical and we are following his progress closely. Our thoughts are with him and his family,” said EFC AFRICA president Cairo Howarth.
More news will be released as soon as it is received.
- Press release
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