Scott Westgarth is thought to have suffered a bleed on the brain during a fight in February
The mother of a boxer who died aged 31 within hours of winning a fight told of how her son has saved seven other people his organs have been donated to.
Scott Westgarth is thought to have suffered a bleed on the brain during a fight in February and held his head during ringside interviews after the match.
He was rushed to hospital that night but tragically died the day after the fight where he told fans he boxed out of sheer love for the game.
His mother, Rebecca, 58, has now revealed her pride for her 'selfless' son who helped people right up until the end.
She added that her 'kind' son was a big supported of the underdog and would do anything for those in need.
Rebecca dashed to be beside her son as he lay in hospital where she was told that he had put his name down on the organ donor list three times.
As she sat next to him in hospital Rebecca put her hand on his heart and thought that whoever received his heart would be a lucky person.
The grieving mother was later told that Scott's organs had managed to save the lives of seven people.
Westgarth held his head with a gloved hand as Spelman speaks to the Boxing Social presenter
Rebecca described Scott's death as losing the 'joy from her life' however she has found some comfort in the fact he saved the lives of