GLASGOW, Scotland -- A Scottish boxer has died after suffering severe bleeding and swelling to his brain during a televised fight.Mike Towell, who was 25, had to be carried from the ring on a stretcher after a fifth-round loss to Dale Evans in Glasgow on Thursday.Towell had been undefeated going into the fight -- an eliminator for the British welterweight title -- with 11 wins and one draw on his professional record.Towells partner, Chloe Ross, said she was absolutely heartbroken to announce that he died Friday night, 12 hours after he was taken off life support.Ross said the welterweight had been complaining of migraines in the run-up to the fight but put it down to stress.Im absolutely heartbroken to say my annoying best friend passed away (Friday night) at 11.02 very peacefully, Ross wrote on Facebook.Michael had severe bleeding and swelling to his brain. He had been complaining of headaches for the last few weeks but we put it down to migraines with the stress of his fight.It has been the longest 24 hours of our lives. My baby has lost his daddy. But he will be so so proud of his dad in what he achieved.Towells family were at the boxers bedside in his final hours.Once he was taken off of his life support he managed 12 hours, 12 whole rounds off his life support, he fought right to the end and hes done us all so proud, Ross saidFight organizer, St. Andrews Sporting Club, said Towell will always be in our hearts.Evans is yet to comment on his opponents death but described Towell as a true warrior in a statement issued after he was taken to the hospital.The ingredients were there for an entertaining fight and it was that, we are both punchers and so sadly for Mike he came out the wrong side, Evans said.I never wanted to see my opponent being stretchered out of the ring. Who would ever want that sight? That was so hard for his family and my heart goes out to them..The bout was refereed by Victor Loughlin, who was also in charge of the British middleweight title fight in March between Chris Eubank and Nick Blackwell, which ended Blackwells career after he suffered a bleed on the skull when he was stopped in 10 rounds. Swell Flaske Marmor . Jon Montgomerys gold medal in skeleton at the Whistler Sliding Centre and his subsequent auctioning off of a pitcher of beer in the village square elevated him to folk-hero status. Swell Flaske . Houston won 3-0 to advance to face New York in the Eastern Conference semifinals. Last in the game, Di Vaio and Romero got into a shoving match with several Houston players. Romero appeared to elbow and kick Houston defender Kofi Sarkodie. http://www.swellflaskenorge.com/swell-flaske-liberty.html . Andreas Johnson had a goal and two assists while Jacob de la Rose also scored for Sweden (2-0-0). Esa Lindell and Rasmus Ristolainen replied for Finland (1-1-0) Lindell opened the scoring for Finland just 41 seconds into the game, but the hosts quickly regained their composure and tied the score less than four minutes later on Wennbergs first of the game. Swell Flaske Nettbutikk . LOUIS -- Theres no telling how these wacky World Series games will end. Swell Flaske Norge . -- Quarterback Will Finch threw for 252 yards and three touchdowns, and Yannick Harou rushed in two scores as the No.Wasps are keen to sign Australian international utility back Kurtley Beale for next season, according to Sky sources. Last August the 27-year-old signed a two-year deal with the Australian Rugby Union, which was expected to keep him with Australia and the Waratahs until 2017.However, Wasps hope Beale will line up alongside his friend and former Melbourne Rebels team-mate Danny Cipriani in a formidable backline at the Ricoh Arena in the autumn. The duo could team with existing stars such as Elliot Daly, Joe Simpson and Christian Wade to give Wasps one of the most dynamic back-lines in Europe next season.Beale iss one of the most versatile players in world rugby and has played fly-half, centre, wing and full-back for the Wallabies.dddddddddddd. The Waratahs player hit the headlines for the wrong reason in 2014 when he was disciplined for sending an offensive text message to then business manager Di Patston, who later resigned and was followed by Australia head coach Ewen McKenzie. Also See: WATCH: Rugby Club Agenda Wasps sign Exiles hooker Sky Sports Rugby Podcast Premiership table ' ' '