Russian boxer Maksim Dadashev had part of his head gotten rid of throughout a 2-hour long brain surgical treatment following a disastrous loss Friday night to Puerto Rico’s Subriel Matias, records say.
Dadashev, 28, was rushed to the University of Maryland Healthcare Facility in Prince George Region after he was seen leaving the ring with assistance and ultimately left the arena on a cot, ESPN reported.
The arduous loss to Matias, 27, pertained to an end when Dadashev’s fitness instructor threw in the towel after the 11th round.
According to the report, the formerly unbeaten boxing pro suffered a mind bleed on the ideal side and also a portion of his head was removed to lower brain swelling. Dadashev’s neurosurgeon Mary IH Cobb reportedly notified his manager at around 2:30 a.m. Saturday that he was revealing indicators of severe mental retardation.
Cobb informed ESPN that while they will not know the level of the mental retardation because the swelling has yet to decrease, individuals that endure subdural hematomas can make reasonably strong healing.
“I wouldn’t quit on him,” she claimed.
Dadashev lost to Matias in the 11th round of an IBF junior welterweight world title remover match with the scores of 109-100, 108-101 and 107-102 at the time of deduction, according to Boxingscene.com.