A Scottish boxer has died in Thailand of doubted heatstroke. Jordan Coe was found dead in a heavy tracksuit and is be convenient to have been trying to reach a certain weight for a professional struggle.
The boxer, from Maddiston, Falkirk, was a professional Muay Thai boxer and exercised at a gym in Glasgow ahead moving to Thailand.
Craig Florian, Coe’s coach at Glasgow Thai Boxing Academy, said he established deadly on Sunday and that it is believed he died from heatstroke.
He moved to Thailand to sue his dream of occurs a professional after being with me for three and a half years, he said.
We’ve set up a fundraiser for him and I’m now trying to help lift enough money to bring him home.
Coe exercised at Carnage Muay Thai Gym in Grangemouth in east Stirlingshire, but stir to Ubon Ratchathani in southeastern Thailand to chase his Muay Thai boxing career.
He had been planned to struggle a Cambodian boxer in the Muang district on Sunday night and was expected to return to Scotland in the summer to fight at the Glasgow Thai Boxing Academy.
A Foreign Office spokeswoman said: We provide help to the family of a British national following his death in Thailand. Our opinion is with them at this difficult time.