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Boxer Charles Conwell has composed an emotional letter to his opponent Patrick Day that was injured because he struggles for his life following their bout in Chicago.
Day, 27, is in a slump ina very critical illness after enduring a severe brain injury.
He was taken to Northwestern Memorial Hospital following a 10th-round knockout in the super-welterweight struggle.
I never meant that to happen to you, all I wanted to do was win, composed Days American compatriot Conwell, 21.
When I could take it back, then I would. No-one warrants this to happen to them
Conwell submitted a URL with all the to the correspondence on social websites.
He explained this would be the last time that he talked on the issue because it wasa sensitive subject for Days relatives members and friends, himself and the game of boxing.
I replay the fight over and over in my mind thinking what if this never happened and why didnt it happen for you, said Conwell.
I cant quit thinking about it myself. I shed many tears since I could imagine the way my loved ones and friends would feel and longed for you so many times.
I see you everywhere you go and everything I hear is fantastic things about you personally.
I thought about quitting boxing however I understand thats not exactly what you would want.
I know that youre a fighter at heart, and so I chose not to, and also to fight and win a world title because thats exactly what you wanted and that is exactly what I want so that I will work with you as motivation every day and make sure I leave it all in the ring each moment.
He signs off with #ChampPatrickDay. With compassion. Charles Conwell.
Days coach Joe Higgins responded:Thanks for the kind words. So our relationship is special patrick was born throughout the road from me.
He would have needed you to continue. Im am rooting for you to attain your dream, the same one hed.
I also am educated because Im responsible but do realize there isnt any fault. Stay strong and dont believe we blame you.
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