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QUEBEC -- Adonis Stevenson retained his World Boxing Council light heavyweight title as he stopped Tony Bellew in the sixth round on Saturday night at the Pepsi Colisee. Stevenson (23-1) knocked down Bellew (20-2-1) with a left uppercut. When the Englishman got up, he was stunned with another left followed by a flurry of shots. Bellew was not fighting back, even though he was still on his feet when referee Michael Griffin stopped the bout. It was a second defence for the Montreal fighter since taking the belt with a spectacular first-round KO of Chad Dawson in June. He defended with a seven-round win in September over Tavoris Cloud. Bellew looked to be backing up and avoiding big shots from the power-punching Stevenson in the early round, looking to catch his opponent off guard with sudden attacks. It looked to be working in the fourth, when Bellew had his best moments with some right hand shots over the top. In the co-feature, Sergey Kovalev kept the World Boxing Organization light heavyweight title with a stunning knockout of Ismayl Sillakh only 52 seconds into the second round on Saturday night. After an uneventful opening round, Kovalev dropped 15th-ranked Sillakh with a right early in the second. The Russian was jumping up and down in his corner waiting to get back as the referee gave Sillakh (21-2) an eight-count, then ran up and floored him with another right that ended the bout. The hard-hitting Kovalev (23-0-1), a Russian based in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., is often mentioned as a future opponent for Stevenson. "Im ready to fight any champion," Kovalev said after his first defence of the belt he won with a four round KO over Nathan Cleverly in August. In his post-fight comments, Stevenson mentioned veteran Bernard Hopkins and English super-middleweight champion Carl Froch as opponents hed like to face next. There was a spectacular IBF welterweight elimination bout that saw Laval, Que., based Ionut (JoJo) Dan take a split decision over Quebec City favourite Kevin Bizier despite being deducted a point. With the win, Dan takes over the No. 2 ranking and moves closer to a shot at the title currently held by Devon Alexander. It was a close bout between fighters who reply more on technique than power. Dan (32-2) looked to land a few more shots than Bizier (21-1), who appeared to have turned the tide when he hurt his Romanian-born opponent with a right late in the ninth. Bizier was warned twice about throwing Dan to the floor after clinches late in the bout, but it was Dan who then got a point deducted for holding. The first judge gave it to Bizier by 117-110, the next had it 116-111 for Dan and the third scored it 114-113 for Dan. "I think the ref gave him the point too easily," said Dan. "I didnt do nothing. "I think my experience helped me to win. I respect Bizier. 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The crowd roared as local 32-year-old heavyweight Eric Martel Bohoeli (10-3) knocked down Didier Bence (9-1) of Montreal twice en route to a stoppage at 1:44 of the second round of their eight rounder. Local favourite Sebastien Bouchard (8-0) won all six rounds against slow, light-hitting Belgian middleweight Mohammed Sidi Slimani (4-2). Trey Lyles Jersey .com Tour title, closing with a 6-under 64 for a four-stroke victory. The 22-year-old former North Texas player finished at 12-under 268 at Panama Golf Club and earned $112,500 to jump from seventh to second on the money list with $171,500. Malik Beasley Jersey . He liked what he saw on Tuesday night. Not only did his team post a comeback 3-2 victory in a shootout over the Montreal Canadiens, but the rival Washington Capitals were beaten 5-1 in Buffalo. http://www.nuggetsprostore.com/kids-carm...nuggets-jersey/. The third-seeded Bouchard, from Westmount, Que., was coming off a semifinal appearance at the French Open. 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Southgate turned to Keane after Stoke Citys Glen Johnson was ruled out of both Maltas visit to Wembley and Tuesdays trip to Slovenia due to an unspecified injury.The 23-year-old, who reported to St Georges Park on Tuesday to join up with the rest of the England squad, detailed the phone call he received on Monday evening from Burnley manager Sean Dyche telling him the good news. Keane takes part in an England training session at St Georges Park Last night I was in the pool at the gym by my house and I got into the changing room and had a few missed calls from the gaffer, Keane told FATV.I was thinking Oh no, what have I done wrong here? I had to call him back and he told me the good news. He was really happy for me.I was a bit shook to be honest. It came out of the blue. I didnt expect it. 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