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James Murray (boxer)

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A bronze statue of Murray was erected in Newmains, North Lanarkshire, Scotland within the following 12 months.[4]

Prior to that, Bradley Stone died of a mind hemorrhage after he misplaced his struggle for the BBBofC British tremendous bantamweight title on the York Hall in London in April 1994. Frank Warren who promoted Murray’s final struggle established the Murray Stone Fund named after these two boxers to finance the MRI scan for each British fighter.[2][3]

On 13 October 1995, Murray was unknowingly a sufferer of a bleed in his mind; through the struggle he fell to the ground of the ring and had a seizure. This match was in opposition to Drew Docherty for the BBBofC British bantamweight title struggle on the Hospitality Inn in Glasgow. He died of mind accidents two days later, aged 25.[1][2] Murray compiled a 15-win (5 by knockout), 2-loss, no attracts report.

Murray was born in Lanark, Scotland. He gained the BBBofC Scottish Area bantamweight title in November 1994, and defended it as soon as.

James Murray (7 December 1969 – 15 October 1995) was a Scottish skilled bantamweight boxer. He died because of accidents sustained in his final struggle.

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