Former WBC light heavyweight champion Adonis Stevenson continues to recover two years later from the brain injury he suffered in a duel with Alexander Gvozdik.
“It’s okay. I’m fine. Thank God for being on my side,” Stevenson said in an interview with RDS. – “There are people who tell me that my speech has improved. And they constantly ask:” Do you remember me? “
“There are always consequences. When you have a concussion, it does not go away without consequences. The most important thing is to keep working to make them disappear. It is very important to work on my memory,” Stevenson added.