Scottish boxer 'stable' after being injured in bout
Gary Murray was taken to hospital after the ten-round fight in Edinburgh.
Scots boxer Gary Murray is in a "stable" condition after being injured in a ten-round bout in Edinburgh
Mr Murray, from Coatbridge, North Lanarkshire, was taken to hospital after the fight with Irishman Patrick Gallagher in the capital's Meadowbank Sports Centre on Friday night.
The 30-year-old welterweight required immediate medical attention after the fight with Mr Gallagher, 28, and remains with his family in hospital.
In a statement on Twitter, his promoters MTK Scotland said: "Gary was taken to hospital following his 10-round contest on Friday night."
"The doctors discovered an injury which required immediate attention.
"Gary remains in hospital with his family. He is in a stable condition and we shall provide further updates when we can.
"We ask that everyone keeps Gary in their thoughts at this time. Our thoughts are with Gary and his family."
He suffered a stoppage loss to Mr Gallagher in the fight on Friday, marking the boxer's first defeat.