Maxim Dadashev Biography – Maxim Dadashev Wiki
Maxim Dadashev was a Russian junior welterweight boxer. He began boxing at age 10. He was ranked No. 10 on the ESPN top prospect list at the end of 2017 following a standout amateur career in which he went 281-20 and was a silver medalist at the 2008 World Junior Championships. He claimed a silver medal at the 2013 Russian amateur championships and bronze medals at the same tournament in 2010 and 2012.
Maxim Dadashev began to make a name for himself in 2018 with back-to-back victories in his two most notable fights, a 10th-round knockout of former lightweight titlist Darleys Perez in June followed by a 10-round unanimous decision over former lightweight titlist Antonio DeMarco in October.
Dadashev knocked out journeyman Ricky Sismundo in the fourth round on March 23 to set himself up for the world title eliminator against Subriel Matias (14-0, 14 KOs) of Puerto Rico.
Maxim Dadashev Age
Dadashev was born on 30 September 1990 in Saint Petersburg, Russia. He died on July 23, 2019. He was 28 years old.
Maxim Dadashev’s wife Elizaveta Apushkina
Dadashev was married to his wife Elizaveta Apushkina.
Maxim Dadashev Children
Dadashev and his wife Elizaveta have a son, Daniel, who was born on October 5, 2016.
Maxim Dadashev Family
Dadashev was raised in Russia with his older brother. His parents are both retired and live in Russia. His father was a wrestler when he was younger. His older brother was practicing boxing when Dadashev was 10 and his father took me to the gym to watch his brother. “My brother quit, but I tried it and really liked it, so I kept going to the gym,” Dadashev said in an interview with Top Rank.
Maxim Dadashev Death
Maxim Dadashev died on July 23, 2019 as a result of brain injuries suffered during an 11th-round knockout loss to Subriel Matias on July 19, 2019 at the MGM National Harbor in Oxon Hill, Maryland.
Dadashev’s strength and conditioning coach, Donatas Janusevicius, and trainer Buddy McGirt confirmed Dadashev’s death. Janusevicius had been with Dadashev at UM Prince George’s Hospital Center in Cheverly, Maryland, since he was taken there after the fight.
McGirt told ESPN, “It just makes you realize what type of sport we’re in, man. “He did everything right in training, no problems, no nothing. My mind is like really running crazy right now. Like, what could I have done differently? But at the end of the day, everything was fine [in training]. He seemed OK, he was ready, but it’s the sport that we’re in. It just takes one punch, man.”
A hospital spokeswoman issued a statement on behalf of Maxim Dadashev’s wife, Elizaveta Apushkina.
“It is with great sadness that I confirm the passing of my husband, Maxim Dadashev. He was a very kind person who fought until the very end. Our son will continue be raised to be a great man like his father. Lastly, I would like to thank everyone that cared for Maxim during his final days. I ask that everyone please respect our privacy during this very difficult time.”
Maxim Dadashev Injury – Maxim Dadashev Surgery
During an 11th-round knockout loss to Subriel Matias on July 19, 2019 at the MGM National Harbor in Oxon Hill, Maryland, Maxim Dadashev needed help leaving the ring. He collapsed before making it to the dressing room and began vomiting. He was taken from the arena on a stretcher and then was transported by ambulance to the hospital, where he underwent emergency brain surgery for two hours for a subdural hematoma — bleeding on the brain. Doctors hoped to relieve pressure on the right side of his brain, where most of the damage was, with the surgery and placed him in a medically induced coma, to allow time for brain swelling to subside.
Maxim Dadashev vs Subriel Matias Fight
Maxim Dadashev vs Subriel Matias fight was grueling and Matias dominated. He landed numerous powerful blows to the head and body. Matias was ahead 109-100, 108-101 and 107-102 on the scorecards following the 11th round when Dadashev’s trainer Buddy McGirt stopped the fight, with Dadashev on the stool in a dramatic scene.
After the round, McGirt loudly told Maxim Dadashev, “I’m going to stop it, Max. Max, you’re getting hit too much.” Dadashev shook his head to indicate he did not want the fight stopped, but McGirt kept at it: “Please, Max, please. Let me do this. OK? OK? Look at me. Please.” Dadashev shook his head again and McGirt said, “If I don’t, the referee’s gonna do it. C’mon, Max. Please.” McGirt didn’t wait for another signal from Dadashev. “That’s it, Doc,” he told the ringside physician. Then he turned to referee Kenny Chevalier: “That’s it.”
McGirt said he first thought about throwing in the towel in the ninth round, but he knew he had to stop it after the 11th. McGirt to ESPN, “I saw him fading and when he came back to the corner [after the 11th round], my mind was already made up. I was just asking him out of respect, but my mind was made up. I wasn’t going to let him go out there.”
Maxim Dadashev Height
He stood at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (175cm).
Maxim Dadashev Nationality
He was of Russian nationality.
Maxim Dadashev Net Worth
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