Our sincere condolences go out to the family of Tim Hague. pic.twitter.com/xjPSOuTTLO
— UFC (@ufc) June 19, 2017
Tim Hague, who previously for the UFC, has passed away at 34 years of age following complications suffered during a boxing match.
Hague died on June 18 after he suffered a brain hemorrhage after his knockout loss to Adam Braidwood in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Prior to entering into the world of combat sports, Hague was an elementary school teacher. After going 9-1, he signed with the UFC in 2009 and submitted Pat Barry.
Hague fought four times overall for the UFC, going 1-3. He competed for the World Series of Fighting three years ago.
His last MMA bout came in July of last year when he lost to Michal Andryszak.