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Magomed Abdusalamov Shows Signs of Improvement

By Yuri Tarantin (Allboxing.ru)

Russian heavyweight Magomed Abdusalamov, who suffered career-ending injuries in his decision loss to Mike Perez; a fight where the boxer took severe punishment and spent several weeks in a medically induced coma after a brain bleed was discovered - continues to show signs of improvement with his condition.

As his wife Bakanay Abdusalamov told Allboxing.ru, Magomed recognizes relatives, understands almost everything that they are sharing with him and does his best to speak with them.

“Today when I went home I asked Magomed what he wished to tell me, and he said to me: “Good Luck”, then waited a second and added: “Drive carefully”. He speaks in a very low voice but I’ve adjusted to it, and I understand him perfectly”. 

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by !! Shawn on 05-30-2014

[QUOTE=Beercules;14603598]Thank God; but still like CubanGuy said I get mixed feelings looking at that picture. I hope he continues to improve[/QUOTE] Doesn't look like anyone is home.

Comment by TheUndertaker on 05-30-2014

Great news we've been waiting to hear something positive about Mago's recovery and thankfully we have some positive news! Godspeed Champ and may you continue your road to recovery with the love and help of your family by your side…

Comment by CubanGuyNYC on 05-30-2014

The way those initial reports sounded, it didn't appear likely Mago would ever be able to do even what he's doing. It's a minor miracle, a testament to his will, his physical strength and the love of his family. I'm…

Comment by TOBYLEE1 on 05-30-2014

Very happy to hear that, most with those injuries don't survive or have really low recovery rate. I hope he continues to improve

Comment by bimhead on 05-30-2014

[quote=badzi87;14603604]i know i unfairly criticise people sometimes in this hurtful sport and i guess it's a form of anger and immaturity together but that picture there has broken my heart in pieces. I can't believe magos unfortunate luck for trying…

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