On 12 September 2014, in his 11th professional fight, light welterweight prospect Jerome 'Wipeout' Wilson was knocked out in the sixth round of his bout against Serge Ambomo. Wilson had suffered a subdural haemotoma--the most common fatal or near-fatal injury that afflicts fighters. He spent ten days comatose, and then many more trying to knit his life back together, with a quarter of his skull missing. Here, he describes the experience of waking up from that perilous coma.
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