The girlfriend of Iron Mike Towell has launched a £13,000 fundraising drive in an attempt to save the lives of more boxers.
Popular Dundee boxer Mike died in September after collapsing during a fight in Glasgow.
The Dundee father had previously complained of pains in his head and had asked for a brain scan three times.
The British and Irish Boxing Authority (BIBA) has announced that new scanners at fights will be introduced imminently.
Mike’s partner Chloe is now campaigning to purchase a brain scanner in memory of the fallen fighter.
Chloe said: “As everyone is aware, Michael Towell (Iron Mike Towell) tragically died after a boxing match on September 30th 2016.
“Myself and his mum have been so overwhelmed with all the support from everyone.
“We want to start some fundraising ourselves to buy a brain scanner that has recently been introduced — for Dundee and Stirling boxers… two places Michael trained.
“Obviously any opponents can use it too if needed.These scanners can detect if there is a problem in the head.
“Something we wish was there when Michael was complaining of headaches.
“We want to name this the Iron Mike Towell scanner, and at least we can say something good came from the tragedy.”
To donate to Chloe’s fundraiser click here.