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Photos: Adonis Stevenson Beats Up Cloud in Montreal

Bell Centre, Montreal Canada - Adonis Stevenson (22-1, 19KOs) dominated former IBF king Tavoris Cloud (24-2, 19KOs) over seven rounds to retain the WBC light heavyweight championship. Stevenson controlled the fight from start to finish, not allowing Cloud to get anything going or land any significant punches. Stevenson had Cloud hurt several times in the fight, with hard hooks to the head and body. By the end of the eight, Cloud was bleeding from cuts above both of his eyes, and his face and body were taking a beating. Cloud's corner stopped the fight. Photos by Ryan Remiorz.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Ringlife on 09-29-2013

That was a one sided fight good win for Stevenson. I would like to see Ward move up in weight and fight this guy.

Comment by A-Wolf on 09-29-2013

Too bad Stevenson isn't as hunky as Matthysse. This place would be full of Adonis Stevenson avatars and signatures right now.

Comment by MDPopescu on 09-29-2013

[QUOTE=JokerOfAces;13794928]This is the type of fighter boxing needs. Bringing in a nice home crowd. Word starts to spread about this guys speed and power, the promoters do their jobs and boom a superstar can be born.[/QUOTE] ... A superstar can…

Comment by MR PUNCHOUT on 09-29-2013

Cloud looked like he was totally out classed last nite to me!

Comment by El Angel on 09-29-2013

Adonis beat him up and broke him down. Bellew won't fare much better.

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