"Maxim Dadashev died in the United States after the injuries he sustained during his fight with Subriel Matias," the report says.
The Russian-Puerto Rican battle against super heavy (up to 63.5 kg) was stopped by James McGirt James Dadashev in the 11th round.
M. Dadashev, 28, who was named "Nori Max", could not go to the wardrobe after the fight, and immediately he was taken to the hospital.
In Washington, doctors performed an operation to reduce pressure on the swollen brain.
"At present, his condition is critical, but my doctor told me that it is stable," said Datashev, who told ESPN that Lithuanian fitness trainer Donatas Janusevičius was.
After the fight, Mr McGirt said that he "could not persuade" his fighter to stop, but decided to insert a towel when he saw that "when he goes on fighting, he is missing more blows."
The video of Buddy McGirt, who urged Maxima Dadashev to stop fighting, was hard to notice on Friday, even harder. Heart breaking. pic.twitter.com/BNjsdpJfle
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"One shot can change a person's life," said another person.
Russian boxer Umar Kremlin told the media in his country that Dadashev's body will be returned and that his family will receive financial support.
M. Dadashev won in all 13 of his bouts in a professional boxing ring, but no title was sought.
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