OXON HILL, Md.
After coach Buddy McGir threw the towel after the 11th round of the IBF's eliminator, Dadashev needed help on leaving the ring and vomited.
He left the arena on a stretcher. "I think he is dehydrated right now ̵
Max Kellermere acknowledges the gravity of the condition of Maxim Dadashev after he was shot down on a stretcher.
During the match, Matthias, 27, from Fayardo, Puerto Rico, was constantly approaching, throwing hard shots with both hands.  Dadashev, 28, of St. Petersburg, Russia, spent much of this battle on his hind leg, circling the ring. a constant aggressor and capable of controlling the tempo and pace of the fight, Dadashev was never ready to stand and trade with him.
According to Compubox Matthias has surpassed Dadashev 319-157, 112 of Mathias' shots have been fired. 19659013] Finnish Statistics
While the circles were mounted, Matthias constantly accumulated them in his favor, moving Dadashev and striking the body. In later circles, either because of exhaustion or despair, Dadashev began to sit in his pocket and fight with Matthias. But while he had some success, he was struck by Mathias, whose blows had a greater effect.
The results during the suspension in favor of Matthias were 109-100, 108-101 and 107-102.
"First of all, I am very grateful for this opportunity, I have shown that I am not just a ruler of the blow, but I can make a box, but I dominate the fight."
But his fallen enemy is also in his mind. 19659004] "I hope Maxim is good." He is a great fighter and warrior. "