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Another illustration is provided by Watson v British Boxing Board of Control Ltd [2001] QB 1134. The Court of Appeal concluded that the defendant, the sole controlling body regulating professional boxing, breached its duty towards the claimant, Michael Watson, who had suffered permanent brain damage while fighting Chris Eubank. The Board should have had ringside resuscitation equipment available and doctors who knew how to use it. One factor which weighed with the court was that ‘serious brain damage … represented the most serious risk posed by the sport and one that required to be addressed’.
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