Now, a week after Valencia’s death, the Clark County coroner has determined his death to be a homicide due to severe head trauma (such a determination does not necessarily mean that authorities were involved. believe a crime has been committed.) Nevada State Athletic Commission, the organization that governs boxing in the state, has opened an investigation. UNLV told the Washington Post in an email that it is actively reviewing what happened on November 19 at “Fight Night,” a charity event attended by fraternal and female boxers. Born in about 10 amateur boxing matches, with the proceeds going to Center Ring Boxing, Las Vegas -on the basis of a youth boxing organization.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2021/11/30/college-student-dies-fraternity-boxing-match/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=wp_national UNLV student Nathan Valencia killed in fraternity-run boxing match