RING light heavyweight champion Adonis Stevenson and Russian 175-pound prospect Artur Beterbiev could return to action in separate bouts against opponents to be determined on April 4 at the Colisee de Quebec in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, promoter Yvon Michel informed RingTV.com on Sunday.
Light heavyweight Artur Beterbiev could possibly face fellow contender Isaac Chilemba on March 14, according to Kathy Duva of Main Events.
Boxing fans share their thoughts on the Bermane Stiverne-Deontay Wilder heavyweight showdown, Sergey Kovalev’s light heavyweight challenges in 2015, the prospect of a Jhonny Gonzalez-Abner Mares rematch, and Paulie Malignaggi’s latest Manny Pacquiao rant in this week’s Monday mailbag. Enjoy!
Though Adonis Stevenson’s recent stoppage of Dmitry Sukhotsky was seen as easy work, the RING light heavyweight champion’s promoter still sees “Superman” as superior.
Adonis Stevenson says he’s willing to face the winner of the Sergey Kovalev-Jean Pascal fight in his next bout, though THE RING/WBC light heavyweight champ is sure that Kovalev will that March 14 showdown.
Sergey Kovalev said he would like to add Adonis Stevenson’s WBC light heavyweight title belt to his collection, even though he says he will be fighting the division’s next best 175-pounder when he meets Jean Pascal on March 14 in Montreal.
Adonis Stevenson took care of business by stopping overmatched Dmitry Sukhotsky on Saturday in Quebec City. Now his mission is to make a fight with Sergey Kovalev.
Adonis Stevenson stopped Dmitry Sukhotsky at 2:42 of the fifth round to retain his RING and WBC light heavyweight titles Saturday in Quebec City, Canada.
RING/WBC light heavyweight champ Adonis Stevenson weighed 174.5 pounds at Thursday’s weigh-in for his Friday title defense against Dmitry Sukhotsky, who weighed 173.5, at Colisee de Quebec in Quebec City. The fight will be televised on Showtime in the U.S.
Dmitry Sukhotsky is the latest light heavyweight to criticize RING/WBC champ Adonis Stevenson, doing so during a Tuesday press conference in Quebec City, Canada, the site of Friday’s clash for Stevenson’s championship.
While RING light heavyweight champion Adonis Stevenson welcomes a unification fight against WBO/IBF/WBA titlist Sergey Kovalev, he also insists he’s the only fighter who can beat him.
Former RING light heavyweight champion Jean Pascal promises he’s going to surprise the masses with a win over WBA/IBF/WBO titlist Sergey Kovalev on March 14.
Despite a peculiar ending to his bout against Roberto Feliciano Bolonti last Saturday, negotiations are still very much alive for Jean Pascal to meet Sergey Kovalev next year.
Not taking a high-profile opportunity for granted, former RING light heavyweight champion Jean Pascal admits that making a fight with WBO/IBF/WBA titlist Sergey Kovalev was an easy decision to make.