Adonis Stevenson To Face Andrzej Fonfara Next
By Edward Chaykovsky
Andrzej Fonfara has notified the IBF that he won't take part in a final eliminator against Dmitry Sukhotsky, because a deal had been reached to face WBC light heavyweight Adonis Stevenson (23-1, 20KOs), according to a report by Canadian outlet RDS.
In 27 professional fights, Fonfara has maintained a record of 25 wins, 15 by knockout, and only two defeats. RDS states that an official announcement could take place in the coming days.
Stevenson vs. Fonfara had been rumored since last month, with a tentative date of April 12th in Montreal being whispered among the Canadian press. Fonfara was in action this past August, when he knocked out former champion Gabriel Campillo.
The IBF will now order Cedric Agnew (No. 3) face Sukhotsky (No. 2).
Kovalev could fight Braehmer.Comment by nordic on 01-18-2014
Stevenson should face up with Kovalev but he will never do that in the near future because Sergey woul destroy him if they faced up now.. but I'm really waiting for Stevenson-Kovalev fight to happen in 2014 and it should…Comment by H.B.Viper on 01-18-2014
before the beatdown, & exposure he will get if he ever has the guts to fight "Crusher" Kovelev! This is the fight all fight fans want to see. Really surprised HBO is not forcing this fight... GBP would have made…Comment by Weebler I on 01-18-2014
[QUOTE=-Kev-;14145455]I do not follow TBR. They also have Froch as #1 despite the controversy behind his last fight like The Ring, and they have AA ahead of Bika like The Ring despite Bika being more relevant than him. They have…Comment by Koba-Grozny on 01-18-2014
In terms of the fight tho (forgiving my aside in the previous post) - Fonfara is about the highest ranked fighter (except Hopkins and Shumenov, obviously) that hasn't already been destroyed by either Kovalev or Stevenson. The only other name…Post a Comment/View More User Comments (18)