Adonis Stevenson is happily enjoying life with his family after making what seems to be a remarkable recovery from serious injuries.
‘Superman’ proved to be a fitting moniker for the former WBC light-heavyweight champion. Stevenson can now enjoy the rest of his days after overcoming a situation which could have ended much worse.
Stevenson was battered and stopped by Oleksandr Gvozdyk when losing his green and gold belt. For some time thereafter, there was a harrowing concern for his full recovery.
After a spate of much-talked-about permanent and lethal happenings in the sport, Stevenson can count himself one of the lucky ones.
With his career now firmly over, the 41 year-old is able to look back with pride over his successful reign as a world title holder.
Sharing images on social media, World Boxing Council President and good friend of Stevenson, Mauricio Sulaiman said the following:
“(Here is) Adonis Stevenson with his beautiful family. Sisi God (girlfriend) and Adonia (daughter). Life is beautiful,” said Sulaiman.
“The love and dedication that Sisi has given our dear champion Adonis is proof of God’s miracle to have him back home,” he added.
.@AdonisSuperman with his beautiful family . @sisi_god and Adonia. Life is beautiful . The love and dedication that Sisi has given our dear champion Adonis is proof of God’s miracle to have him back home. Happy Easter ! #Easter #EasterSaturday pic.twitter.com/l6cuKawbzE
— Mauricio Sulaiman (@wbcmoro) April 20, 2019
Fans around the world then offered their thoughts on Stevenson’s remarkable comeback.
One said: “Great news! As you’ve said, (Mauricio Sulaiman) life is beautiful. God bless Adonis Stevenson and his family.”
Another stated: “Glad to see the champ continuing to progress greatly on his road to recovery! God’s healing power is truly miraculous. Awesome to see and experience!
Furthermore, a final comment read: “Glad he’s doing better now. God Bless his family. Stay away from boxing. Don’t even watch it again.
“God Blessed your family and be grateful for your life. My prayers go out to you and your family.”
It was a long two-month process for Stevenson as he learned to walk and talk again by February. The full extent of Stevenson’s ongoing mobility hasn’t been divulged by his representatives.
One thing is for sure, Stevenson looks in good health. That’s considering what he’s been through after leaving the sport on the back of just a second loss in 32 fights.
Stevenson also had 29 wins and one draw on his record.