April 3, 2015
April 3, 2015
Adonis Stevenson

Adonis Stevenson celebrates his victory against Dmitri Sukhotskiy after a WBC light heavyweight championship fight Friday, December 19, 2014 at the Pepsi Colisee in Quebec City. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jacques Boissinot

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BACK in 1989, WBC light-heavyweight champion Dennis Andries – trained by Emanuel Steward at the Kronk Gym – entered the ring against unfancied Australian challenger Jeff Harding. Andries, wearing the gold trunks from that famous gym, was expected to win easily. But Harding was tough, very tough, and stood up to some severe punishment before halting the champion in the last round.

It was an amazing upset, and an amazing fight.

Are we about to see history repeat itself?

On Saturday, current WBC light-heavyweight champion Adonis Stevenson – who trains at the Kronk Gym – will enter the ring against unfancied Australian challenger Sakio Bika. Stevenson, who will wear the gold trunks from his famous gym, is expected to win easily. But Bika is tough, very tough.

Backing Bika with BETWAY could earn you a fortune.

4 April 2015
Artur Beterbiev – Gabriel Campillo 1/50 33/1 10/1
Adonis Stevenson – Sakio Bika 1/12 25/1 13/2

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