Maksim Dadashev

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Full Name Maksim Dadashev
Age 30 Years Old
Nick Name Maxim
Gender Female
Famous As Boxer
Birth Date September 23rd, 1990
Birth Place Leningrad, Soviet Union

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Maxim Kaibkhanovich Dadashev is famed as Maksim Dadashev was a Russian boxer who competed in the light welterweight (63.5 kg) division. A participant of the 2015 European Games, Dadashev was a Russian amateur champion. He was positioned No. 10 on the ESPN top prospect list toward the finish of 2017 after a champion novice vocation in which he went 281-20 and was a silver medalist at the 2008 World Junior Championships. He asserted a silver award at the 2013 Russian novice titles and bronze decorations at a similar competition in 2010 and 2012. He was trained by former world champion Buddy McGirt.

Russian Boxer Dies From Injuries Suffered 

Maksim Dadashev has died from injuries suffered during a match in the U.S. state of Maryland, his country’s boxing federation has said. The Russian Boxing Federation on July 23 said Dadashev "has died in the United States following injuries sustained during his fight with Subriel Matias" on July 19. "It's very sad. There are no words," federation President Umar Kremlev told. "We will carry out an investigation to find out why this happened. We need to see this matter through," Kremlev said. He underwent emergency brain surgery at the University of Maryland’s medical facility near Washington, D.C., following his super-lightweight bout with Matias. Video from the fight shows Dadashev shaking his head in his corner after the 11th round as his cornerman, Buddy McGirt, pleads with him to stop the fight, telling him: "You're getting hit too much, Max. Please, Max, please let me do this." He was reportedly unable to walk to his dressing room unassisted after the nontitle, 63.5-kilogram-class bout, which was sanctioned by the International Boxing Federation and held at the Theater at MGM National Harbor, a resort and casino.

Death of Maksim

Maksim fought Subriel Matias as part of a Top Rank event aired by ESPN at the MGM National Harbor in Oxon Hill. He lost via stoppage after his trainer, Buddy McGirt, asked the referee to stop the contest at the end of the eleventh round. He needed help to get out of the ring and was unable to make it to his dressing room before he collapsed and vomited in the corridor. Later, he was rushed to University of Maryland, College Park Prince George's Hospital Center, where he was diagnosed with a subdural hematoma and underwent emergency surgery to stop the bleeding. He was then placed in an induced coma to try to allow the swelling in his brain to subside. His condition worsened and on July 23 he died in the hospital. His body is planned to be sent to his hometown of Saint Petersburg, Russia, for funeral services and burial.

Early Life of Maksim Dadashev 

Maksim Dadashev was born on 30th September 1990 in Leningrad, Soviet Union, Russia as a Maxim Kaibkhanovich Dadashev to the Russian family. By nationality, he was Russian and belongs to White Caucasian descent. His birth sign is Libra and his religion is Christianity. Talking about his parents and education, there is yet to be revealed. Moreover, he grew up with his brother. At the time of his death, his age was 28. 

Body Measurements of Maksim Dadashev

Maksim Dadashev was a very handsome boxer with a charming smile always carrying on his face which attracts a lot of people towards him. He had got an athletic body build with dark brown eyes and brown hair color. He stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches and weighs around 75 Kg. He wore 8 (UK) size of shoes and his bicep size is 14 inches. Further, his body measures 42-32-35 inches. His other body measurements will be added soon. 

Career of Maksim Dadashev 

  • Maksim was the 2008 World Junior Championships silver medalist at 57 kilograms (126 lb) in Guadalajara, Mexico.
  • He was the Russian National Championships bronze medalist at 60 kilograms (130 lb), and also was the 2013 Russian National Championships silver medalist at 64 kilograms (141 lb).
  • He won his first 13 professional bouts, 11 of them knockouts or technical knockouts.
  • In his professional debut on April 2016, he won with a first-round knockout of Darin Hampton. Dadashev won the vacant NABF super lightweight title in June 2018 with a tenth-round stoppage of Darleys Perez and defended it in October 2018 with a ten-round decision win over former WBC lightweight champion Antonio DeMarco.
  • He was positioned No. 10 on the ESPN top prospect list toward the finish of 2017 after a champion novice vocation in which he went 281-20 and was a silver medalist at the 2008 World Junior Championships. 
  • Dadashev thumped out understudy 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.
  • On 19th July 2019, he fought Subriel Matias as part of a Top Rank event aired by ESPN at the MGM National Harbor in Oxon Hill, Maryland. 
  • The fight was an International Boxing Federation (IBF) light-welterweight title elimination bout with the winner receiving a shot at the belt.

Marital Status (Married), Wife, Children

Maksim was a married person. He was married to Elizaveta Apushkina in July 2015. The couple has blessed a son named Daniel Dadashev. There is no other information regarding his personal life and his past affairs. Before his death, the couple was living a happy life. 

Net Worth of Maksim Dadashev

Maksim was a very successful wrestler and he is assumed to have the sum of a good amount of money from his boxing career. His estimated net worth sid to be $750,000 USD at the time of his death. However, his salary is yet to be disclosed. But there is no doubt in the mind of his follower that he was earning a considerable amount of salary from his work.