Fight Stevenson — nail will be held on December 1 in Quebec city (Canada)
Ukrainian boxer Alexander Gvozdik, a temporary world champion in the light heavyweight division by the WBC, will fight with Adonis Stevenson. On the line of battle will be a world title belt by the WBC, now owned by the canadian.
Despite the fact that the favorite in this confrontation believe Ukrainian, Stevenson absolutely sure in his victory. The canadian has already started talking about unifying the following battles with other Champions, although still have to defend his title in a battle with a Nail:
“I’m the king. I’m open to fights with Champions. Beterbiev, Alvarez or Bivol – with love from them. This is not a problem for me.”
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Recall, Adonis is confident that he can defeat the Ukrainian to defend his title.
“My fight will be held on 1 December in Quebec. I fight with Alex Carnations. The fight will be interesting. Do not missed, is a knockout. Good that he has a new trainer, Teddy Atlas, but for me it doesn’t matter.
My secret is that I stay focused. I don’t pay attention to people who are talking nonsense. I do my thing, train hard, always do their job. There’s always a Hayter and good people.”
As previously reported, canadian works under supervision of the trainer Javan hill, nephew of the great Emanuel Steward, who trained Wladimir Klitschko. Coach Stevenson said that watched a lot of fights with the participation of Cloves, and stated that his client will send the Ukrainian out.
“Adonis, everything is fine. Works trains. Next week I go to him in Canada. Watched in Carnation. One or two fights. I won’t need to. I learned from Emanuel. In order to learn everything about the upcoming opponent, it was enough to see only 2-3 rounds.
We will remind, Derevyanchenko made a prediction for the fight Stevenson — Carnations.
As reported Politeka, the former coach of Cloves spoke about Stevenson: Crown pall.
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