The boxer of Adonis Stevenson is not a critical but stable situation, but it remains commonplace that shakes the heavy weight of Quebec on Saturday.
Yvon Michel, the promoter of the boxers, has published a tweet on Stevenson's Sunday. "The state of Adonis was critically stable yesterday and today, that is, it's good news for a medical researcher who can give it back to recovery," said Michele.
He added: "His family, his wife Simone and Groupe Yvon Michele thanked everyone for trying to like them when they sent messages, we will provide more information as we will be available, we will not comment until now."
Oleksandr Gvozdyk of Ukraine stole Stevenson from Haiti, Canada, on Saturday night in the seventh fight. He seized the crown of the World Bank Savings Bank (WBC).
Stevenson, 41, after finishing the race, settled in a pasture. He took an ambulance at the Videotron Center in Quebec.
The Montreal resident made his tenth defense in 2013 in a match against Chad Dawson. He advanced in two points of the judges and was defeated by a third card when he won.
Gvozdy, 31, now has a 16-0 record.