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Professional Boxer Appears To Suffer Seizure During First Round Of Fight

Professional boxer Tramaine Williams appeared to suffer a seizure during the first round of his boxing match in the Team Combat League.

Williams, who holds a record of 20-2 as a featherweight, started to lean over seconds into his fight with opponent Ryan Allen and eventually collapsed on the canvas.

As Williams was lying on the canvas, he appeared to suffer a seizure.

Watch the moment it happened here;

Here’s what The New York Post reported:

Boxing fans were left horrified after boxer Tramaine Williams collapsed and appeared to suffer a seizure in terrifying scenes in the Team Combat League.

Williams, who is a 20-2 featherweight boxer, was leading off fighting for the NYC Attitude against the Las Vegas Hustle when he suddenly stopped before the terrifying scene took place.

After sticking his right arm up in a way that left the commentator confused as to whether he was taunting his opponent Ryan Allen, Williams suddenly slumped face-first to the ground with the referee waving off the fight.

A disturbing incident in Team Combat League overnight where former world title challenger Tramaine Williams suffered an apparent seizure during his fight with Ryan Allen. His condition is currently unknown.

Per The Sun:

Tramaine Williams was representing NYC Attitude in Team Combat League against Ryan Allen of Las Vegas Hustle.

The quick-thinking referee immediately waved off the fight and concern turned to Williams’ health.

Thankfully, the former super-bantamweight world title challenger revealed on Instagram he was discharged from hospital.

He posted: “I’m good, the doctor said I was too dehydrated. I’m good though.”


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