The 43-year-old man involved in a brawl outside a Bunbury pub on Saturday has lost his fight for life, but charges over his death are yet to be upgraded. Glenn Bernie spent two days in an induced coma after he was allegedly involved in an altercation with Ryan Norman Risdon, the brother of Socceroos star Josh Risdon, during which “both men fell to the ground” — leaving Mr Bernie with life-threatening head injuries It is understood his family travelled to WA from New South Wales to say goodbye and his life support was switched off on Monday afternoon. “We received some tragic news early hours of this morning,” Mr Bernie’s brother’s social media post on Sunday read. “Our beautiful brother Glenn is in an induced coma, but it’s not looking good. Please everyone pray for him.” Mr Risdon — whose brother Josh is a former Perth Glory captain — was arrested and charged with grievous bodily harm following the alleged altercation and appeared at the Bunbury Magistrate’s Court court yesterday. The court heard the 29-year-old was attending the Prince of Wales Hotel and drinking with two friends on the evening of May 15 — with police saying they were well-behaved at the time. Mr Bernie was also at the same venue with his wife and work colleagues watching a band perform — but he had been asked to leave after getting into a verbal argument with security, the court heard. Police say that as Mr Risdon left with his friends to go to The Rose Hotel, the victim and his wife were walking a short distance in front of the trio. It was alleged by police that CCTV footage showed the victim striking Mr Risdon twice to the head with a clenched fist as he walked past the couple, prompting them to get into a physical altercation where they both fell to the ground. Magistrate Benjamin Tyers yesterday said Mr Risdon was facing the prospect of the charge being upgraded however this has not happened since Mr Bernie’s death. It is understood the police are awaiting results from his post mortem to establish whether the charge can be changed. Dozens of relatives and friends have paid tribute to Mr Bernie online, describing him as “a true gentleman”. “Such sad news, it was a privilege and pleasure to have worked with him for so many years, and I'm proud that he was a mate,” one friend wrote. “My heart goes out to Ada, Algie, and the rest of his family our deepest sympathy and condolences to you all.” “Very sad day for all, seriously a true gentleman has been taken away from this earth,” another friend said.