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Dadashev fatality casts a dark shadow, writes Jack Hirsch
AFTER THE FIGHT: Dadashev will soon be taken to hospital

THERE is no comfortable way to describe this – there never is. Under normal circumstances we would lead in with the main event, that being Teofimo Lopez against Masayoshi Nakatani. But long after we stop thinking about that contest we will remember the fate of Russian Maxim Dadashev, who died just before we went to press on Tuesday ( July 23), four days after being put in a medically induced coma following his stoppage loss to Puerto Rico’s Subriel Matias in an IBF super-lightweight title eliminator.

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