The former canadian professional Boxing world champion Adonis Stevenson, who had gone in a title fight in early December, heavily to the ground, is out of the coma. The known gave his girlfriend Simone God through the Social networks. “His injuries heal in the privacy of his family and dedicated Doctors,” wrote God.

The 41-year-old Stevenson had lost his WBC light heavyweight title in Quebec city against the Ukrainian Alexander Gwosdyk by Knockout in the eleventh round. He had been gone, after several blows of the Ukrainian to the floor and in the Ring longer treated, could leave independently. From the cab, Stevenson was taken to a nearby hospital. There, he had been in an artificial coma.

Stevenson was 2013 Champion of the World Boxing Council and had defended his title nine times successfully. Of his 32 professional fights, he won 29, 24 of them in advance. In addition, two low-elevation and a draw.


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