The wife of tragic boxer Maxim Dadashev flew from Russia to be by his side for the last hours of his life

The wife of tragic boxer Maxim Dadashev spent six hours at his bedside and was with him when he died.

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28-year-old Elizaveta Apushkina had flown to the US after an operation where & # 39; the right side of his skull & # 39; was removed after a serious brain injury during his fight with Subriel Matias in Washington D.C, USA.

Now the Russian boxing authorities have to launch their own probe in his death to investigate if & # 39; any errors & # 39; were being treated by American doctors.

The wife of tragic boxer Maxim Dadashev spent six hours at his bedside and was with him when he died

The wife of tragic boxer Maxim Dadashev spent six hours at his bedside and was with him when he died

28-year-old Elizaveta Apushkina had flown to the US after an operation where & # 39; the right side of his skull & # 39; was removed after a serious brain injury during his fight with Subriel Matias in Washington, USA

28-year-old Elizaveta Apushkina had flown to the US after an operation where & # 39; the right side of his skull & # 39; was removed after a serious brain injury during his fight with Subriel Matias in Washington, USA

28-year-old Elizaveta Apushkina had flown to the US after an operation where & # 39; the right side of his skull & # 39; was removed after a serious brain injury during his fight with Subriel Matias in Washington, USA

Apushkina also paid tribute to the sportsman on Wednesday and said: & My love! You are always in my heart, my soul tears apart without you!
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Apushkina also paid tribute to the sportsman on Wednesday and said: & My love! You are always in my heart, my soul tears apart without you!

Apushkina also paid tribute to the sportsman on Wednesday and said: & My love! You are always in my heart, my soul tears apart without you!

Apushkina also paid tribute to the sportsman on Wednesday and said: & My love! You are always in my heart, my soul tears apart without you!

& # 39; It's the hardest time in our family. & # 39;

& # 39; I can't believe it! Thank you for 11 years of love! Eleven years of luck! And a great son! This is all I have left and it gives me the power to live. & # 39;

In another message in the US, the widow said: “I confirm with great sadness the death of my husband, Maxim Dadashev.

How did Maxim Dudashev die? Boxer suffered from a subdural hematoma that swelled his brain after a fight

Dadashev was declared dead Tuesday after suffering from a subdural hematoma after his fight last Friday.

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A subdural hematoma is a condition in which a blood vessel between the skull and the brain – in the subdural space – breaks, causing blood to collect there. It is usually the result of a traumatic head injury.

Because the blood is caught by the skull, it exerts pressure on the brain, causing brain damage.

Symptoms include dizziness, confusion, vomiting, and loss of consciousness.

Immediate surgery is required to treat the condition – with holes drilled in the skull to drain the bleeding, or part of the skull removed to relieve pressure.

Even in cases where the patient survives the first bleeding, recovery can take years and patients are often left with physical or mental disabilities.

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& # 39; He was a very nice person who fought to the end. Our son will be raised as a great man like his father.

& # 39; Finally, I want to thank everyone who took care of Maxim during his last days.

& # 39; I ask that everyone respect our privacy in this very difficult time. & # 39;

Former lightweight hunter coach Ruslan Dotdaev said Dadashev had a hemorrhagic stroke.

& # 39; I was in contact with his wife. She flew there and spent six hours with her husband.

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& # 39; Maxim was in a coma. She was there when his heart stopped beating.

& # 39; She was by his side. The rest is not yet known. I don't know if forensic experts should check this case.

& # 39; Doctors told the woman that Maxim's heart just can't handle it. His wife is now very stressed. She hardly talks. & # 39;

She has started preparations to bring his body back to St. Petersburg for a funeral in his home country.

But Umar Kremlev, general secretary of the Boxing Federation of Russia, insisted on their own investigation.

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& # 39; We have & # 39; I spoke with (Russian) doctors in the morning. Maxim was alive but his condition remained serious.

In another message in the US, the widow said: “I confirm with great sadness the death of my husband, Maxim Dadashev.

In another message in the US, the widow said: “I confirm with great sadness the death of my husband, Maxim Dadashev.

Former lightweight hunter coach Ruslan Dotdaev said Dadashev had a hemorrhagic stroke. & # 39; I was in contact with his wife. She flew there and spent six hours with her husband.

Former lightweight hunter coach Ruslan Dotdaev said Dadashev had a hemorrhagic stroke. & # 39; I was in contact with his wife. She flew there and spent six hours with her husband.

In another message in the US, the widow said: “I confirm with great sadness the death of my husband, Maxim Dadashev.

& # 39; Maxim was in a coma. She was there when his heart stopped beating. She was by his side. The rest is not yet known. I don't know if forensic experts should check this case & # 39 ;, his coach said. Pictured: Maxim with his son

& # 39; Maxim was in a coma. She was there when his heart stopped beating. She was by his side. The rest is not yet known. I don't know if forensic experts should check this case & # 39 ;, his coach said. Pictured: Maxim with his son

& # 39; Maxim was in a coma. She was there when his heart stopped beating. She was by his side. The rest is not yet known. I don't know if forensic experts should check this case & # 39 ;, his coach said. Pictured: Maxim with his son

& # 39; Yet there was no bad news. And after lunch they called and reported the news of his sudden death.

& # 39; We will seek the truth. We will address the clinic, we will hire professionals.

& # 39; We will discover what has happened, whether an MRI has been done before, or doctors have made mistakes.

& # 39; We would like to know what Maxim Dadashev died of. I don't think it was due to boxing.

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& # 39; It is a very rare case. Everyone must know what happened. & # 39;

He added: & # 39; The most important thing now is to bring him home. We pay all costs for transport and funeral.

Dadashev died four days after a brain haemorrhage after a brutal game against a Puerto Rican opponent in Maryland

Dadashev died four days after a brain haemorrhage after a brutal game against a Puerto Rican opponent in Maryland

Dadashev died four days after a brain haemorrhage after a brutal game against a Puerto Rican opponent in Maryland

He was left in a medically induced coma after suffering a subdural hematoma in a 140-pound world title eliminator against Puerto Rican hunter Subriel Matias in MGM National Arbor

He was left in a medically induced coma after suffering a subdural hematoma in a 140-pound world title eliminator against Puerto Rican hunter Subriel Matias in MGM National Arbor

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He was left in a medically induced coma after suffering a subdural hematoma in a 140-pound world title eliminator against Puerto Rican hunter Subriel Matias in MGM National Harbor

& # 39; We continue to help the family, I mean financially.

& # 39; We will be with them, we will not leave our people alone. It is a huge shock for all of us. & # 39;

The International Boxing Federation started a crowdfunding campaign to support his family.

The couple fell in love as teenagers and had a young son Daniel, two, who now give her the & # 39; power to live & # 39; will give up after the tragedy, she said.

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The 28-year-old Russian was repeatedly in the head in the 11th round last week against Subriel Matias in Maryland before trainer Buddy McGirt was caught on camera and begged him to throw in the towel.

Dadashev - nicknamed Mad Max - repeatedly hit the head against Subriel Matias

Dadashev - nicknamed Mad Max - repeatedly hit the head against Subriel Matias

Dadashev – nicknamed Mad Max – repeatedly hit the head against Subriel Matias

Subriel Matias is seen after Maxim Dadashev's corner threw in the towel after the eleventh round of his junior welterweight IBF World Title Elimination fight

Subriel Matias is seen after Maxim Dadashev's corner threw in the towel after the eleventh round of his junior welterweight IBF World Title Elimination fight

Subriel Matias is seen after Maxim Dadashev's corner threw in the towel after the eleventh round of his junior welterweight IBF World Title Elimination fight

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Dadashev was considered one of the bright young stars of the sport before Friday's fight

Dadashev was considered one of the bright young stars of the sport before Friday's fight

Dadashev was considered one of the bright young stars of the sport before Friday's fight

McGirt today revealed to ESPN that he first thought of ending the fight in the ninth round, before the 10th and 11th made a decision.

& # 39; I'm going to stop it … you're being hit too much & # 39 ;, McGirt heard the Russian tell at the end of the 11th round, before shaking his head. & # 39; Please, Max, let me do this, & # 39; McGirt added before ignoring his hunter's wishes and telling the referees it was over.

The trainer then held a ring interview in the belief that he had saved the young hunter's life before Dadashev collapsed and vomited on his way to the dressing room and was rushed to the hospital.

Doctors placed Dadashev in a medically induced coma and removed the right side of his skull to relieve swelling caused by a brain haemorrhage, but their efforts eventually failed and he was declared dead Tuesday.

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