By Press Association
Published: 14:29 BST, 12 September 2019 | Updated: 14:38 BST, 12 September 2019
Leading brain injury charity Headway has criticised Anthony Joshua's trainer Rob McCracken for allowing the boxer to fight on whilst apparently concussed.
Joshua was dropped twice in the third round of his defeat to Andy Ruiz Jr. in June and McCracken told the BBC he 'knew he (Joshua) was concussed, and I'm trying to get him through a few more rounds'.
Describing it as a 'shocking admission,' Headway's deputy chief executive Luke Griggs said in a statement: