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Boxer Musa Yamak dies of heart attack in middle of fight, VIDEO surfaces

Yamak became a professional boxer in 2017 and won the WBFed International title in 2021.




New Delhi: In a shocking incident, an undefeated boxer Musa Yamak died due to a heart attack during a flight in Germany’s Munich. The 38-year-old pugilist was facing Uganda’s Hamza Wandera, according to media reports. The match was being streamed live for the audience.

Video of Musa Yamak before heart attack

In the first round of the match, Yamak was reportedly doing good. In the second round, he got stumbled after receiving a big blow punch from Wandera. However, he suffered a fatal attack just before the start of the third round of the match.

Have a look at the last moment of boxer Musa Yamak:

Yamak rushed to doctors

Right after he fell to the ground, the medical officials flooded the ring to provide first aid. Soon after, he was sent to a local hospital where he was declared brought dead, said the media reports.

The Munich Police spokesperson said, ”The paramedics saw turbulent scenes of emotionally charged fans and family members on site. We provided a lot of patrol to make sure the safety of the paramedics.”

Notably, Yamak became a professional boxer in 2017 and won the WBFed International title in 2021. After winning the title, he became a popular figure in the boxing world.

Who was Musa Yamak?

Musa Yamak is said to be an undefeated fighter as he won all his 75 fights in his career, according to reports. He was born to a Turkish family. He completed early studies at a private school and graduated from a Private University. He was 5 feet or 10 inches long, weighing around 86 kg.


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On his death, a Turkish politician Hasan Turan tweeted in his native language, ”We lost our compatriot Musa Askan Yamak, a boxer from Alucra, who won European and Asian championships, at a young age after a heart attack.”

He added, ”I wish God’s mercy on the deceased, whom we met at the Grand National Assembly of Turkey when he came to Ankara for the competition, and my condolences to his sad family and fans.”