Adonis Stevenson remains in 'critical condition' at Quebec University Hospital

Adonis Stevenson remains in 'critical condition' at Quebec University Hospital

Adonis Stevenson remains in 'critical condition' at Quebec University Hospital

The doctor at the hospital in Quebec Alexis Tarjani said that as Adonis Stevenson (29-2-1, 24 KO's) continues to be critical, although it is considered stable for the case of a boxer. He was ahead on two of the judges' cards and tied on the third when he was abruptly stopped.

According to Turgeon, the former WBC light heavyweight champion is suffering from a severe traumatic brain injury.

He appeared conscious in the immediate aftermath of the fight but it soon became apparent that Stevenson was severely incapacitated and he was removed from the ring on a stretcher and taken to a nearby medical facility.

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Stevenson suffered the injury when he lost the light heavyweight world title by 11th-round knockout to Oleksandr Gvozdyk at the Videotron Centre in Quebec City, after which he was taken to Enfant-Jesus Hospital. However, Yvon Michel, Stevenson's promoter, said the fighter's condition has improved. "His situation is still stable under the circumstances, but critical", said Turgeon, of The Hôpital de l'Enfant-Jésus, during a public update on Stevenson. He suffered a serious head injury.

"His condition requires mechanical respiratory assistance, deep sedation and specialized neurological monitoring".

"It is too early to comment on Mr Stevenson's long-term prognosis".

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Earlier on Sunday, Michel tweeted his thanks on behalf of Stevenson's wife and family: "Thank you for your many messages of encouragement and support".

Stevenson attempted his 10th title defense since winning the belt against Chad Dawson in 2013.

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