MMA fighter Katy Collins has died at age 32

Andrew Reid

Tributes are pouring in on social media after news of MMA fighter Katy Collins's death at the age of 32.

The veteran flyweight competitor was hospitalized last week after suffering a brain aneurysm that led to seizures and a stroke. She died on Sept. 25.

Her trainer, J.T. Tilley, confirmed Collins's tragic passing with a touching message on Facebook.

"The fight is over. You never stopped fighting and we never gave up on you. Just wasn’t in the cards," Tilley wrote.

"I’ve always been so proud of you Kate. We did it. I was honored to be able to live your dream with you. I wouldn’t trade it for anything. I will miss you more than the world will ever know."

Collins is survived by her two sons. News of her death has left the MMA community shocked and devastated.

Nicknamed "Red Dragon," Collins is best known for her stint in Bellator, where she held a 2-1 fighting record.

She last competed in the Legacy Fighting Alliance (LFA) in June 2018.

A GoFundMe page has bee

n set up to cover funeral and medical expenses for Collins, who had a 7-5 career record in the cage.

"Katy Collins fought as hard as she could. On September 25th, Katy peacefully left this Earth," the message on GoFundMe reads.

"She leaves behind so many loved ones, family and friends who care so much for her. Katy leaves behind two young sons, who will struggle to understand this, like many of us.”

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