The boxing world is in shock! Russian super lightweight Maxim Dadaschew (28) died after his break at the weekend. This was announced by the Russian Boxing Federation on Tuesday in Moscow.
Dadaschew fired on his fight against Puerto Rican Subriel Matias on the way to the cabin on Friday evening (local time), which he surrendered several times earlier.
In the tenth and eleventh rounds of the fight, Dadaschew suffered heavy blows with his head. His coach, Buddy McGirt, then threw a towel before the twelve rounds – technically. o.!
According to the drama, the coach said: "I thought it was time to stop the fight. He took too many hits. I told him that I was breaking now," he said, no, do not do it! "
His coach prevailed – but he could not save his life!
After his collapse, Dadaschew was taken to a hospital in Oxon Hill (Maryland). Doctors opened the Russian skull there in two hours to relieve the brain. Then Dadashev was put into an artificial coma.
He did not wake up from that. After the death of the boxer, the Russian boxing federation published an example and hospital treatment. The association would financially support the family, they said.