Tommy Karpency nicknamed himself “Kryptonite” in the lead-up to his fight with Adonis “Superman” Stevenson, but it was Stevenson’s punches that proved to be truly radioactive in their brief, brutal clash.
It’s dinnertime on a recent Friday evening, and Adonis Stevenson is serving up some alter-ego soup.
Adonis Stevenson is a powerful knockout artist who comes from a big Canadian city, drives a Rolls-Royce, was groomed by a legendary trainer and goes by the nickname “Superman.”
“You can have success from nothing,” says a man for whom “nothing” once included food.
Tiger Paul has been there from the beginning for Adonis Stevenson. It was at Paul's kickboxing gym in Montreal, that "Superman” began his climb to the top of the 175-pound division.
Sakio Bika got a taste of what Adonis Stevenson can do on April 4 at the Pepsi Coliseum in Quebec City. Now it’s Tommy Karpency’s turn to tug on Superman's cape.