Graydon, 29, was found dead in Monte Carlo, Monaco over a week after being separated from friends outside the Rascasse nightclub on the night of fellow-Brit Martin Murray’s failed world middleweight title challenge against knockout king Gennady Golovkin.
An inquest documenting the post-mortem heard that some parts had allegedly been removed following Mr. Graydon’s confirmed accidental death from falling down a ravine.
A former professional fighter who won three of his six contests, ‘The Baby-faced Assassin’ retired in 2012 with a slight winning record before then moving into the business side of the sport.
The Bristol man had travelled to cheer on St. Helens native Murray in is his bid to dethrone formidable WBA and IBO champion Golovkin, but was reported as missing a short time later.
A massive campaign was subsequently launched via social media to find the whereabouts of Graydon from worried friends and relatives until their worst fears were finally confirmed in early March of this year.