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Adonis Stevenson vs. Thomas Williams Jr.: 3 Keys to Victory for Superman

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WBC Light Heavyweight champion Adonis “Superman” Stevenson (27-1, 22 KOs) is one of the top names in the Light heavyweight division.

He has lost some respect from his fans recently however, as he has not faced any well-known fighters since 2014 in his bout with Andrzej Fanfara.

Superman will attempt to regain his respect this Friday when he meets Thomas “Top Dog” Williams Jr. (20-1 14 KOs) in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.

Superman has been described by many as a strategic power puncher, especially in his last few fights, and is known for his deadly left hand. Williams Jr. on the other hand is feared as one of the hardest hitting power punchers in his weight class.

When these two powerful styles clash on Friday, fireworks will ensue for as long as the bout lasts.

Keep reading to find out three keys to Adonis Stevenson’s success over Thomas Williams Jr.

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