Haitian boxer Adonis “Superman” Stevenson is currently in a “critical state” at the hospital, after a K-O against Ukrainian Oleksandr Gvozdyk, TVA reported on Sunday. The 41-year-old former WBC champion is currently in the intensive care unit at the Enfant-Jésus hospital in Quebec City, Radio Canada reported.
“The family of Adonis Stevenson and the leaders of Groupe Yvon Michel are currently at his bedside. They wish to inform friends and supporters that Adonis is currently in critical condition in the intensive care unit, at the hospital, following his fight against Oleksander Gvozdyk. They appreciate the concern and support of everyone for Adonis. There will be no other comments for the moment, and they respectfully ask for your understanding in their desire to stay in private, “said Groupe Yvon Michel on Facebook and Twitter.
Boxers and family members of the athlete expressed their encouragement and prayers after this news.
“The Haitian boxer Adonis Stevenson goes badly after a k.o” commented this morning, Frantz Duval, editor in chief of Le Nouvelliste, sharing a tweet of the journalist Meeker Warrior on the state of health of the boxer.
Voici ce qu’on sait pour l’instant de la situation d’Adonis Stevenson avec les infos fournis sur Twitter par son promoteur Yvon Michel #boxe #StevensonGvozdykpic.twitter.com/OWWtOHlD8i— Meeker Guerrier (@MeekerGuerrier) 2 décembre 2018
Everything started very well for Superman, in this fight, according to several media. During the first half of the duel, he had made several attacks that failed to put K-O Ukrainian Gvozdyk who, from the 7th round, began to be offensive against the native of Port-au-Prince. Continue reading
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