By Jon Uddin✏
As we close out 2019, we must acknowledge those we lost in the ring during the course of the year. It’s a sport we love but the risks involved are severe, real, and unfortunately we sometimes lose our fighters as a result. Continue reading “In Memoriam: The 2019 Ten Count”
It is awful when tragedies happen in the ring, and things are magnified even worse once you factor in the families and loved ones that was immediately affected by these outcomes, but often times we don’t think about the other fighter on the end of the spectrum. Continue reading “A Very Classy Gesture from Subriel Matias 🗞️”
The worst news has come out of Friday’s peril, as we have learned that “Mad Max” Maxim Dadashev has passed away at the age of 28, succumbing the the internal head injuries suffered in his bout with Subriel Matias on the Teofimo/Nakatani undercard. Continue reading “Rest in Peace to Maxim Dadashev 🗞️”
What was actually a good fight last night turned into a disaster later on, with potential tragic implications that we hope don’t manifest the worst fears that surfaced after seeing and hearing the news that has come about. Two hot prospects collided with one another yesterday in the Junior-Welterweight division with Puerto Rican 🇵🇷Subriel Matias (14-0-0, 14KO), and Russian 🇷🇺Maxim Dadashev (13-1-0, 11KO) fighting in a Title-Eliminator for the IBF belt held by Josh Taylor.
The way the fight broke out has no importance in comparison to the health of the fighter, (congratulations to Matias for advancing btw) but to give a very short breakdown… Continue reading “A Fighter in Real Peril (Maxim Dadashev) 🗞️”