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Boxer Maxim Dadashev Spends on Bangs & # 39; s Leave During Time Combat – Prensa Libre



Maxim Dadashev (Free press photo: CBS Sports).

Maxim Dadashev (Free press photo: CBS Sports).

"Maxim Dadashev has died in the United States as a result of" "his injuries caused by his fight against Subirle Matías," said the agency in a statement explaining his companion. & Nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; a boxer prints.

Combating the super-light weight confronted Dadashev against Matías, of Puerto Rican origin, on Friday night at Oxon Hill (Maryland) and became an end of & # 39; an eleventh round stops by the Russian boxer.

Dadashev, nicknamed "Mad Max", was unable to return to the dressing room and was immediately hospitalized and operated to cause brain pressure caused by bleeding.

The 28-year-old Russian boxer was defeated after 13 professional battles (with 11 knockout wins) before he fought against Matthias.

"The Russian boxing federation is investigating the circumstances in which Dadashev's death occurred. We will investigate and find out why. It is necessary to end this matter, ”said the secretary general of Umar Kremlev.

Dadashev's struggle was stopped by his coach, Buddy McGirt, at the end of & # 39; an eleventh round, then the boxer played and not the & # 39; ring & # 39; leave on his own cow. Late before the coach instructed the Russian to end the fight.

& # 39; I'll stop the fight, Max, I'll stop it. You've got a lot of hits, please Max, let me do this, okay? Please see me! You've got a lot of hits! If I don't, the referee will do it, please! "Pleite McGirth.

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