Stevenson may lift arms and legs
The health of the former light heavyweight world champion, Canadian Adonis Stevenson, has improved. This was reported by Stevenson’s brother Pierre in an interview to La Presse. On December 1, Adonis Stevenson lost to Oleksandr Gvozdyk in the light heavyweight title fight. Gvozdyk knocked out Stevenson, after which he fell into a coma.
According to Stevenson’s brother, the boxer is conscious and may have limited contact with others. He no longer needs artificial ventilation of the lungs, can lift the upper part of the body, as well as raise his arms and legs. The family hopes that the boxer will soon be transferred to a hospital in Montreal.