Aug 01, 2020
Deadliest Catch star Mahlon Reyes dies at age 38 after suffering heart attack in his Montana hometown
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Deadliest Catch's Mahlon Reyes, who worked as a deckhand on the Seabrooke and Cape Caution, has died at 38 in his hometown of Whitefish, Montana.
The late Discovery Channel star, who is survived by his wife and four children, suffered a 'massive' heart attack and was rushed to hospital on July 25, according to TMZ.
While his spouse told the outlet her husband initially survived, she explained he never regained consciousness and was taken off life support, surrounded by loved ones.
Gone too soon: Deadliest Catch's Mahlon Reyes, who worked as a deckhand on the Seabrooke and Cape Caution, has died at 38 in his hometown of Whitefish, Montana
His death 'completely shocked' the family, as he did not suffer from any known pre-existing health conditions.RELATED ARTICLES
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The Flathead County Sheriff's Office are working to determine the reality star's cause of death, pending his autopsy and toxicology results.
Reyes, who last appeared on Deadliest Catch in 2015, was reportedly in the recovery process from a torn Achilles tendon, which he suffered while crabbing.
Rest in peace: The father-of-four, who is also survived by his wife, suffered a 'massive' heart attack and was rushed to hospital on July 25, according to TMZ
He was planning on going back to Alaska for the beginning of the next fishing season.
To honor his memory, Reyes' wife revealed she and his Deadliest Catch crew already have plans to spread some of his ashes in the Bering Sea.
Deadliest Catch star Nick McGlashan took to Twitter to share a throwback image with Reyes, which showed them both standing on a boat with big smiles.
Beloved: While his spouse told the outlet her husband initially survived, she revealed he never regained consciousness and was taken off life support, surrounded by loved-ones
'This place misses you. RIP Mahlon,' he tweeted on Monday.
Additionally, McGlashan posted a group shot on Thursday, which he captioned, 'Family times. Laughing, crying and remembering our brother Mahlon Reyes of the Summer Bay.'
Both posts prompted condolences from fans, who were surprised to learn the tragic news.Read more:
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Tyson Fury Sends A Heart-Touching Message to a Hospitalized Kid
WBC champion Tyson Fury has been fighting battles throughout his life, both inside and outside the ring. Despite facing those obstacles, on a near regular basis, ‘The Gypsy King’ rose above them all to become one of the greatest heavyweight boxers of all time.
While he knows the weight of carrying a fight in life, Fury recently wished a seven-year-old good fortune. The kid is reportedly battling with Meningococcal Septicaemia.Tyson Fury wishes luck for a Sepsis battling child
Reports from Nottinghamshire Live suggest that Fury sent a video to the young boy, admitted at the Queen’s Medical Center.
The boy named Michael Mcdonagh was taken into medical care after displaying the symptoms of meningitis. Following the medical tests, he was diagnosed positive for the disease.
However, Michael is known to be a boxing fan, and he just received a warm gesture from one of the finest of the sport. Fury sent a video to the kid and said, “This is a special message, a get well soon message, for Michael Mcdonagh. Get well soon, kid, all the best. Take it easy, God bless you.”
The WBC champion has also sent some toys and gifts for Michael, as his mother Mary says, “Tyson’s obviously a traveler and we’re travelers as well – and, in times like this, travelers always stick together.”
Michael has reportedly garnered well wishes from other combat sports superstars including the likes of WBO super-middleweight champion, Billy Joe Saunders and former Bare Knuckle sensation, Paddy Doherty.Fury and his real-life battles
Like Michael, Fury had his own complications in his personal life. From dealing with over-weight issues to fighting drug addiction, the Brit has witnessed it all.
That said, he has overcome all the hardships to become the greatest heavyweight of the modern era. The undefeated Tyson (30-0) has held all the world titles of boxing.
Yet, he vows to remain active further with an intriguing trilogy fight against Deontay Wilder on-the-way. If Fury wins again, he would then have to defend the title against the winner of the fight between Alexander Povetkin and Dillian Whyte.
However, Fury would also possibly battle Anthony Joshua before he calls it quits.
SOURCE- NottinghamPost.com, Box Rec