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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

A few weeks ago, former UFC fighter Tim Hague died following a boxing match. He was knocked out by a former CFL player.

Another combat sports competitor has died on Saturday night. According to reports, Donshay White has passed away after his fight with the Hardrock MMA promotion. They hosted the event at the Expo Five in Louisville, Kentucky.

Donshay White and Ricky Muse (Tale of the Tape photo)

Donshay White and Ricky Muse (Tale of the Tape photo)

White was competing in a heavyweight bout against Ricky Muse. This was the big man’s first fight since November 2015.

The fight was stopped in the second round at 2:22 due to unanswered blows. White was unable to protect himself, which is why the referee stopped the fight.

During the bout, he was responsive, according to the reports. However, after the fight, witnesses claimed he appeared to be exhausted and received immediate medical attention.

He collapsed as he was walking backstage. When he collapsed, it appears, according to reports, that he became unresponsive and received CPR.

White was transported to KentuckyOne Health Sts. Mary & Elizabeth hospital via an ambulance. It’s unclear exactly when he died.

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