By Mark Eisner: Upon finding out of his opponent Maxim Dadashev’s demise previously this week, Puerto Rican boxer Subriel Matias was deeply saddened about the information. Matias (14-, 14 KOs) is “devastated” about the tragedy, in accordance to NBC4 Washington. The two fighters fought last Friday in an IBF light-weight welterweight title eliminator on ESPN at the MGM Countrywide Harbor in Oxon Hill, Maryland.
“I never want this check out. People were being his first terms,” Matias’ spokesman Fernando Gaztambide advised NBC4 about his not seeking his winnings for the contest towards Dadashev. Matias’ test for the struggle was $75,000.
Immediately after the Dadashev-Matias combat was in excess of very last Friday, Dadashev reportedly necessary assist going for walks following leaving the ring. His ailment worsened, and he was carried to a stretcher. Dadashev was vomiting and he was taken to a medical center for crisis brain surgical procedures. It was way too late. Dadashev passed absent times later on. The Maryland Condition Athletic Commission will be investigating the struggle, and how things have been finished.
There are quite a few boxing enthusiasts that had been brazenly significant about the struggle being permitted to go as extensive as it did, specified how a single-sided it experienced become by the middle rounds. Matias is a substantial puncher, and Dadashev could not keep him off of him.
As the fight progressed, it became significantly far more just one-sided with the more challenging hitting Matias landing large photographs to the head and body of the 28-calendar year-previous formerly unbeaten Dadashev (13-1, 11 Os). The Russian fighter did not possess the ability to keep off Matias, and he couldn’t elude him by applying movement.
Matias was rapid to cut off all avenues of escape for Dadeshev, which pressured him to stand and trade. Devoid of the ability to compete successfully, Matias took a large amount of punishment. Dadashev’s coach Buddy McGirt, sensing that his fighter experienced taken as well a lot punishment, alerted the referee ahead of the commence of round 11 that he desired the combat to be stopped. The contest did not get out of hand until eventually the later on rounds. Dadashev landed a large amount of shots in the early rounds, but Matias took in excess of by the eighth, and he commenced to don the Russian fighter down.