Adonis Stevenson’s situation “has gone from critical to stable” after dropping his WBC and lineal light-heavyweight name to Ukrainian Oleksandr Gvozdyk in Quebec City.
Stevenson, 41, boxing’s oldest and longest-reigning champion, suffered an 11th-round knockout on Saturday, slumping after a flurry of punches.
He used to be placed on a stretcher ahead of being taken to health center by way of ambulance.
Stevenson’s promoter Yvon Michel had stated his boxer used to be in extensive care.
In a observation on Sunday, Michel stated: “The state of Adonis has long past from critical in opposition to strong from the day gone by to these days which is a reasonably excellent information.
“He is in managed sedation to facilitate his recuperation.
“His circle of relatives, his spouse Simone and Groupe Yvon Michel would really like to thank the many of us who’ve taken the time to ship comforting messages.
“New knowledge might be printed has we get it. No different feedback might be made till then.”
Unbeaten Gvozdyk, 31, advised a information convention on Saturday night time: “I talked to the folks on the health center. He used to be very at a loss for words when he arrived, we suspect a concussion. It’s very annoying.”
Earlier on Sunday, Michel tweeted his thank you on behalf of Stevenson’s spouse and circle of relatives: “Thank you in your many messages of encouragement and enhance. #Superman is recently below cautious clinical supervision of very competent medical doctors in a managed setting. #hope.”
The World Boxing Council tweeted after the struggle on Saturday: “The WBC and boxing group from the sector sign up for in prayers for the protected restoration of our expensive pal, nice fighter and exemplary human being @AdonisSuperman,”
Stevenson used to be making his 10th name defence since profitable the belt in 2013 by way of defeating American Chad Dawson.
He effectively defended the name in opposition to Britain’s Tony Bellew.
Gvozdyk, who gained an Olympic bronze medal for Ukraine on the London 2012 Games, claimed the belt in his first shot at a significant name.