Who is Maxim Dadashev Trainer?: Buddy McGirt Biography, Wiki, Age, Family, Net Worth, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Fast Facts You Need to Know

Buddy McGirt Biography

Buddy McGirt is an American Boxing Coach, Trainer, and Former Player from Brentwood (New York, USA). He is best known as Maxim Dadashev’s coach. Additionally, he started his professional career in 1982 and retired in 1997. His full real birth name is James Walter McGirt.

Maxim Dadashev Career

He holds the championship in IBF Welterweight Title (1988) and Linear Welterweight World Championship (1991-1993).

Buddy McGirt Age

Buddy is 55 years old;

Buddy McGirt Early Life, Career

he was born on January 17, 1964, in Brentwood, New York, U.S.

Boxer Buddy McGirt was born on the 17th of January 1964 (age 55 years old, as in 2019) in Brentwood, New York (United States). He inspired to be a boxer at a young age. However, he faced issues related to his height.

Buddy McGirt Parents

His mother and father were big supporters to fulfill his childhood dream.

Buddy McGirt Wife

Buddy McGirt’s wife name is Gina McGirt.

Buddy McGirt Son

Buddy McGirt has one son James McGirt Jr. (Professor Super middleweight Boxer).

Buddy McGirt Height

Buddy stands at a height of 5 ft 6 1⁄2 inches tall.

Buddy McGirt Family

Buddy is married to his wife known as Gina. They have three children together; a son and two daughters.

Buddy McGirt Son

McGirt has a son known as James McGirt Jr. who is also a professional boxer of the super middleweight division. His current record is 21 wins 2 losses, 1 draw and 1 no contest, with 10 knockouts.

Buddy McGirt Net worth

Buddy has an estimated net worth of $15 million.

Maxim Dadashev Trainer

Meanwhile, he also provided training to the champions like Hashim Rahman, Arturo Gatti, and Surgery Kovalev. Buddy was also with Maxim Dadashev (Boxer). His students admired his unique way of teaching.

Buddy McGirt was the trainer of Russian boxer Maxim Dadashev who died on July 13, after he suffered brain injuries during a 140-pound world title elimination fight with Subriel Matias at the MGM National Harbor in Oxon Hill, Maryland on July 19, 2019.

Matias dominated the fight with Maxim receiving a lot of blows which lead to McGirt asking Maxim to stop the fight. Maxim refused which lead to McGirt asking the referee to stop the fight after the 11th round.

“I’m going to stop it, Max. Max, you’re getting hit too much… Please, Max, please. Let me do this. OK? OK? Look at me. Please… If I don’t, the referee’s gonna do it. C’mon, Max. Please.”

Maxim was taken to hospital after he collapsed and voted as he was being taken off the ring. He was diagnosed with a subdural hematoma and an operation had to be performed on him to try to relieve pressure on the brain. He was then placed in a medical induced coma but later died on July 23.

McGirt told ESPN; “It just makes you realize what type of sport we’re in, man. He did everything right in training, no problems, no nothing. My mind is like really running crazy, right now. Like what could I have done differently? But at the end of the day, everything was fine (in training). He seemed OK, he was ready, but it’s the sport that we’re in. It just takes one punch, man.

I saw him fading and when he came back to the corner (after the 11th round), my mind was already made up. I was just asking him out of respect, but my mind was made up. I wasn’t going to let him go out there.”

Buddy McGirt Twitter

Buddy McGirt Instagram

 

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Maxim Dadashev Fight

Fast Facts You Need to Know

  • McGirt faced Livingstone Bramble, Saoul Mamby, Edwin Curet, Joe Manely, and Howard Davis.
  • He secured his victory in 73 fights out of 80.
  • Meanwhile, he inducted in the New Jersey Hall of Fame during 1998.
  • In addition to this, he made his place in the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 2019.
  • Furthermore, McGirt was the topper in the 147-pound-boxer category.
  • Maxim Dadashev suffered a fatal brain bleed in a fight with Subriel Matias last week
  • 28-year-old was in an induced coma for four days before succumbing to injury
  • Trainer Buddy McGirt revealed he thought about ending the fight in the ninth, before finally throwing in the towel at the end of the 11th
  • He was caught on video begging Dadashev to give up, before ignoring the Russian’s determination to keep going and calling it off 

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