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Adonis Stevenson: I've been in Fonfara's position, I know he's dangerous

Adonis Stevenson isn't overlooking Andrzej Fonfara this Saturday on Showtime, saying he knows the contender is dangerous and hungry.

Despite the odds heavily favoring Ring Magazine and WBC light heavyweight champion Adonis Stevenson for this Saturday's Showtime main event, the champ isn't overlooking a foe most expect to be a bit overmatched, saying he's been in this position before, and knows what this type of fighter can do.

"He's dangerous, you know, so I will box him. Basic boxing," Stevenson said. "The knockout's going to come by itself. I know he's trained hard and he's got a heart. He's the first contender in the IBF and third in the WBC, so I know he's hungry. I've been there. I know what he can bring."

Stevenson (23-1, 20 KO) says he feels no pressure heading into the fight, and no pressure to score a thrilling knockout of Fonfara (25-2, 15 KO), either.

"There's no pressure. I know I'm a knockout artist. Knockout artists don't have pressure. I can box. The knockout's going to come by itself."

"You'll see on Showtime, the skill, and the speed, and the super punch, too."

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