Fau Vake had been Auckland City Hospital since the alleged attack on Sunday. Image: Google Maps.
New Zealand MMA fighter Fau Vake has died after being admitted to hospital in critical condition following an alleged assault in Auckland.
In a statement released today, Mike Angove, a media spokesperson for CKB where Vake fought out of, confirmed the fighter's death.
"It is with inexplicable sadness almost seven days to the hour after his hospital admission, Fau’s fight to find his way back to us ended.
"At this tragic time, the Vake family and City Kickboxing ask for time to grieve and reflect on the loss of Fau, a father, a son and a much loved brother to us all.
"We will speak when the time is right to ensure Fau’s loss is not forgotten, but for now please respect our privacy."
Vake was hospitalised after a brawl erupted on Symonds Street at about 3am on Sunday.
Stuff reports that Vake was rushed to hospital after allegedly being king hit.
Four people have been charged in connection to the incident.
A 29-year-old is facing a charge of wounding with intent to injure, while another 29-year-old is facing two counts of assaulting with intent to injure.
A 32-year-old man and a 29-year-old man are both faces charges of common assault.
They have all appeared in court and police say they are no seeking anyone else in relation to the matter.
According to Tapology, Vake has a 2-0-0 win-loss-draw record and his current streak is two wins.