Watson v British Boxing Board of Control 
- A boxer was injured in a fight
- Although an ambulance was called, by the time they got there, severe physical injury had been sustained
- Did the BBBC have a duty to provide ringside medical assistance
- Yes, liability found
- Control is assumed, the boxers, although consenting to minor injury, would expect such a provision to be in place. The BBBC created the rules and do still have a duty to promote the safety of the boxers
Posted in Tort Law Revision Notes.
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