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Main Events Drops Stevenson-Kovalev Lawsuit Without Prejudice

Having achieved its goal of making a light heavyweight unification fight for Sergey Kovalev, Main Events filed paperwork in the Southern District of New York today formally dropping their lawsuit against Groupe Yvon Michel, Inc., Yvon Michel, Adonis Stevenson, Al Haymon, Showtime, Golden Boy Promotions, Inc., and Richard Schaefer. With the announcement of the upcoming unification bout between WBO Light Heavyweight Champion Sergey “Krusher” Kovalev (25-0-1, 23 KOs) and WBA/IBF Light Heavyweight Champion Bernard “The Alien” Hopkins (55-6-2, 32 KOs), Main Events succeeded in obtaining the result it sought for Kovalev.

Main Events Drops Stevenson-Kovalev Lawsuit Without Prejudice

Having achieved its goal of making a light heavyweight unification fight for Sergey Kovalev, Main Events filed paperwork in the Southern District of New York today formally dropping their lawsuit against Groupe Yvon Michel, Inc., Yvon Michel, Adonis Stevenson, Al Haymon, Showtime, Golden Boy Promotions, Inc., and Richard Schaefer. With the announcement of the upcoming unification bout between WBO Light Heavyweight Champion Sergey “Krusher” Kovalev (25-0-1, 23 KOs) and WBA/IBF Light Heavyweight Champion Bernard “The Alien” Hopkins (55-6-2, 32 KOs), Main Events succeeded in obtaining the result it sought for Kovalev.

Stevenson Has No Fracture; Will Able To Face Hopkins In Fall

It’s now confirmed: the WBC light heavyweight champion of the world, the Montréal southpaw Adonis Stevenson, did not fracture a bone in his left hand Saturday evening in the ring of the Bell Centre, when he beat the American Polish Andrzej Fonfara (25-3-0) by unanimous decision.

A radiologist test past Sunday morning in a Montréal downtown hospital, showed he is suffering of a pinching nerve in the left hand. A kind of injury which caused instant inflammation. After the bout, Stevenson (24-1-0) had the left hand terribly swollen when he meet the journalists.

Stevenson Has No Fracture; Will Able To Face Hopkins In Fall

It’s now confirmed: the WBC light heavyweight champion of the world, the Montréal southpaw Adonis Stevenson, did not fracture a bone in his left hand Saturday evening in the ring of the Bell Centre, when he beat the American Polish Andrzej Fonfara (25-3-0) by unanimous decision.

A radiologist test past Sunday morning in a Montréal downtown hospital, showed he is suffering of a pinching nerve in the left hand. A kind of injury which caused instant inflammation. After the bout, Stevenson (24-1-0) had the left hand terribly swollen when he meet the journalists.

Stevenson Has No Fracture; Will Able To Face Hopkins In Fall

It’s now confirmed: the WBC light heavyweight champion of the world, the Montréal southpaw Adonis Stevenson, did not fracture a bone in his left hand Saturday evening in the ring of the Bell Centre, when he beat the American Polish Andrzej Fonfara (25-3-0) by unanimous decision.

A radiologist test past Sunday morning in a Montréal downtown hospital, showed he is suffering of a pinching nerve in the left hand. A kind of injury which caused instant inflammation. After the bout, Stevenson (24-1-0) had the left hand terribly swollen when he meet the journalists.

Stevenson Has No Fracture; Will Able To Face Hopkins In Fall

It’s now confirmed: the WBC light heavyweight champion of the world, the Montréal southpaw Adonis Stevenson, did not fracture a bone in his left hand Saturday evening in the ring of the Bell Centre, when he beat the American Polish Andrzej Fonfara (25-3-0) by unanimous decision.

A radiologist test past Sunday morning in a Montréal downtown hospital, showed he is suffering of a pinching nerve in the left hand. A kind of injury which caused instant inflammation. After the bout, Stevenson (24-1-0) had the left hand terribly swollen when he meet the journalists.

Stevenson Has No Fracture; Will Able To Face Hopkins In Fall

It’s now confirmed: the WBC light heavyweight champion of the world, the Montréal southpaw Adonis Stevenson, did not fracture a bone in his left hand Saturday evening in the ring of the Bell Centre, when he beat the American Polish Andrzej Fonfara (25-3-0) by unanimous decision.

A radiologist test past Sunday morning in a Montréal downtown hospital, showed he is suffering of a pinching nerve in the left hand. A kind of injury which caused instant inflammation. After the bout, Stevenson (24-1-0) had the left hand terribly swollen when he meet the journalists.

Stevenson Has No Fracture; Will Able To Face Hopkins In Fall

It’s now confirmed: the WBC light heavyweight champion of the world, the Montréal southpaw Adonis Stevenson, did not fracture a bone in his left hand Saturday evening in the ring of the Bell Centre, when he beat the American Polish Andrzej Fonfara (25-3-0) by unanimous decision.

A radiologist test past Sunday morning in a Montréal downtown hospital, showed he is suffering of a pinching nerve in the left hand. A kind of injury which caused instant inflammation. After the bout, Stevenson (24-1-0) had the left hand terribly swollen when he meet the journalists.

Stevenson Has No Fracture; Will Able To Face Hopkins In Fall

It’s now confirmed: the WBC light heavyweight champion of the world, the Montréal southpaw Adonis Stevenson, did not fracture a bone in his left hand Saturday evening in the ring of the Bell Centre, when he beat the American Polish Andrzej Fonfara (25-3-0) by unanimous decision.

A radiologist test past Sunday morning in a Montréal downtown hospital, showed he is suffering of a pinching nerve in the left hand. A kind of injury which caused instant inflammation. After the bout, Stevenson (24-1-0) had the left hand terribly swollen when he meet the journalists.

Stevenson Has No Fracture; Will Able To Face Hopkins In Fall

It’s now confirmed: the WBC light heavyweight champion of the world, the Montréal southpaw Adonis Stevenson, did not fracture a bone in his left hand Saturday evening in the ring of the Bell Centre, when he beat the American Polish Andrzej Fonfara (25-3-0) by unanimous decision.

A radiologist test past Sunday morning in a Montréal downtown hospital, showed he is suffering of a pinching nerve in the left hand. A kind of injury which caused instant inflammation. After the bout, Stevenson (24-1-0) had the left hand terribly swollen when he meet the journalists.

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