OXON HILL, Md. – The previously undefeated Maxim Dadashev was hospitalized following his loss to Subriel Matias in the 11th round on Friday night Brain swelling operates.
After coach Buddy McGirt threw in the towel after Round 11 of the IBF 1
He left the arena on a stretcher and was taken to UM Prince George's hospital.
"I think he's dehydrated now – I think he really needs some infusions in him," McGirt said after the fight corner – he spit it out again and again. He had a hell fight, a hard fight. He took many shots. I think it was time to stop it. "
Max Kellerman recognizes the severity of Maxim Dadashev's condition after he was lifted off on a stretcher.
During the fight, Matias, 27 from Fajardo, Puerto Rico, stepped in steadily
Dadashev, 28 from Saint Petersburg, Russia, spent much of this fight with his back foot and circled the ring as a constant attacker and able to control the pace and pace of the fight Dadashev was never ready to stand and act with him.
According to Compubox, Matias Dadashev was overwhelmed in 319-157, 112 of Matias' punches were body shots.  Last Strike Statistics
|– Courtesy of CompuBox|
As the rounds progressed, Matias piled them in his favor, outstripping Dadashev and consistently hit the body. In the later rounds, Dadashev, either out of exhaustion or despair, sat in his pocket and fought with Matias. Although he had some successes, he was overpowered by Matias, whose strokes were more effective.
The scores at the time of the stop in favor of Matias were 109-100, 108-101 and 107-102.
"First and foremost I am very grateful for this opportunity, I have shown that I am not only a power puncher, I can also box, I dominated the fight, I focused my offense on going to the body, and I did it that way." kept him from running, "Matias said.
But his fallen enemy was also in his thoughts.
»I hope Maxim is fine. He is a great fighter and a warrior. "