Here is a picture of the Haiti-born Canadian Adonis Stevenson as he knocked out Dmitry Sukhotsky in fifth round on December 19, 2014.
He was defending his WBC light-heavyweight title in Quebec City
Adonis Stevenson has done it again; though some may say it was an easy win against the Russian, Dmitry Sukhotsky, who was smaller and obviously a lesser fighter than the polished Haitian-Canadian boxer. The televised fight ended with Stevenson ranking up a 25-1 record with 21 knockouts, as his opponent was taken out with a knockout within the fifth round. The win also means that Stevenson will keep his WBC light-heavyweight title, which he earned after taking down Chad Dawson in 2013.
Super middleweight and sometimes light heavyweight fighter, Haitian born Adonis 'Superman' Stevenson is well known for his knack of doling out knockouts. The 5ft. 11in. boxer, who has been fighting professionally since his debut in 2006, issued his first career TKO to opponent Mike Funk in his professional match debut. Since then, he's added seventeen others to his knockout repertoire. His most recent was given to Chad Lawson, a final blow that won Stevenson the WBC and The Ring Light Heavyweight titles.
Adonis 'Superman' Stevenson has flown through Cloud to retain his title as the World Boxing Council's light-heavyweight champion after a longer than normal--for the Haitian born Canadian boxer--fight against America's Tavoris Cloud. In the match that went seven rounds before a bloodied and exhausted Cloud was given a reprieve in his loss, Stevenson claimed his ninth consecutive victory and upped his stats to 22-1. This win makes Stevenson's 19th win within the distance.