By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing
Hungarian light heavyweight boxer Andras Nagy (3-0) has passed away in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia after he a head clash during a gymnasium sparring session on May 1st. Andras suffered a brain hemorrhage. He was taken to hospital and operated on twice but could not be saved. The Hungarian was a silver medalist in the world youth championships in 2002 and had won all his three professional bouts. Nagy went to Australia in January for financial reasons and also learn English. He planned to stay six months. The 23 year old was scheduled to box in Melbourne on May 22nd.