The 41-year-old’s promoter, Yvon Michel, has confirmed his boxer is still in intensive care
Adonis Stevenson remains in a critical condition in hospital following his knockout defeat by Oleksandr Gvozdyk in Saturday’s WBC light-heavyweight world title fight.
The Canadian collapsed in his changing room after being brutally stopped in the 11th round by Ukraine’s Gvozdyk.
The 41-year-old – nicknamed Superman – was rushed to a nearby hospital, and placed in intensive care.
Giving an update on his condition on Sunday evening, Stevenson’s promoter, Yvon Michel, revealed the 41-year-old remains in a serious condition under “careful medical supervision.”
He wrote on Twitter: From the whole family of Adonis, his wife Simone God and GYM (Groupe Yvon Michel), thank you for your many messages of encouragement and support. #Superman is currently under careful medical supervision of very competent doctors in a controlled environment.”
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The World Boxing Council offered their ‘prayers’ for Stevenson’s recovery.
Stevenson famously beat Tony Bellew in 2013 to defend his WBC title.
Defeat to Gvozdyk saw him relinquish the belt after five years.